We enable our customers to produce innovative and high quality products based on industrial 3D printing technologies. EOS is the global technology and quality leader for high-end solutions in the field of additive manufacturing (AM). Founded in 1989, we are a pioneer and world leader in the field of Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) and provider of highly productive Additive Manufacturing Systems for plastic materials.
EOS in the News
The Group will attend Formnext November 7-10, 2023 and will showcase a range of advanced 3D printing materials on the market.
This metal additive manufacturing system has four 1 kW lasers to meet the production requirements of aluminum and copper 3D printed applications.
Delivering high strength and elongation and requiring only a single-step heat treatment with no HIP.
EOS has released a new webinar series to help users determine which parts are good candidates for 3D printing.
New alliance enables medical device OEMs a complete range of services to efficiently commercialize new, additively manufactured products to market.
nTopology to provide an Implicit Interop plug-in that is compatible with EOSPRINT 2.14, expected to release in June 2023.
New Smart Fusion monitoring software delivers real-time intelligence for heat management, reducing the need for supports and minimizing material usage.
With a goal to to improve internal additive manufacturing efficiency CO-AM platform can enhance traceability and connectivity in the company’s internal processes.
Event attendees get plugged in to additive manufacturing solution-making in the Windy City.
Despite the upside to support-free 3D printing, supports should be considered as just another tool in the toolbox to optimize certain parts and applications.
Bauer Hockey has teamed up with EOS to leverage 3D printing and its patented Digital Foam material to enable mass customization.
Wilson partnered with EOS for the special basketball.
Collaboration to focus on Bauer's customized equipment program.
AM and digital manufacturing tools are in the spotlight as companies localize and distribute manufacturing closer to home to build greater resiliency into their supply chains.
With 3D printing an engine for distributed manufacturing and localized supply chains, new security techniques are emerging to ensure part authenticity and manufacturing resiliency.