• Unleash Your Production

    Distributed manufacturing on a Global Level
    Build a Global 3D Printing Manufacturing Operation

    For an Optimized Supply Chain

In order to maintain a high vertical range of manufacturing within the company and to be as independent as possible from external influences, it is worthwhile setting up your own additive manufacturing production cells worldwide. Thanks to complete networking and the integration of digital intelligence, distributed production on a global level is created.

  • Set up a future proven business based on Scan-to-Product workflow
  • Establish a sustainable production using the most flexible manufacturing technology
  • Profit from resilient and transparent supply chains
  • Balancing production between sites and become independent from single sources
  • Seamlessly integrate EOS AM systems into Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Get a simple overview of machine parks and production status
  • EOS works closely with partners like Siemens, PTC and Oqton and many more

Stabilizing Supply Chains with Distributed Manufacturing Making Procurement Independent

Like many other industries, medical technology has shifted the production of components or entire products to locations with low labor costs. The weaknesses of this strategy become apparent in times of a pandemic, as sometimes drastic supply bottlenecks can occur. The solution:

Distributed production is used to bring manufacturing structures back to locations where it makes sense, and procurement takes place within robust supply chains.


It is important for the future that this strategy is pursued not only in a concrete emergency, but also on a long-term basis.What does that look like in concrete terms? Read our showcase on the production of swabs for corona test kits in Australia, Canada and Spain.

Show What Works Showcases From Spare Parts to Shoe Soles

To understand what 3D printing combined with digital structures can do and how distributed production works, it is essential to look at projects. In the medical device industry, it may be to stabilize supply chains or to address the growing demand for high-quality products. It may be about reducing logistics and storage costs for spare parts through production on demand or about bringing individual consumer products directly to the customer via scan-to-print. Immerse yourself in the diverse world of EOS applications.

Without Machines & Software...
...no Distributed Production

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