Shaping the future of manufacturing with EOS

13th November 2017
Posted By : Anna Flockett
Shaping the future of manufacturing with EOS


Showcasing its latest and growing portfolio of additive manufacturing (AM) systems and software solutions, services and consulting, EOS will be making an appearance at this year’s formnext in Frankfurt, Germany from 14-17th 2017.

By providing 3D printing solutions for a highly flexible and efficient production on an industrial scale, EOS is shaping the future of manufacturing and will launch with the EOS P 500 its newest polymer system at the show. Customers benefit from maximum productivity, automation readiness and the ability to process polymer materials which require operating temperatures of up to 300°C.  As such, the system is addressing the requirements of those customers wanting to introduce an industry scale mass production of high quality polymer parts based on additive manufacturing.

He continued: “EOS additive manufacturing offers the key technology for advanced industrial production. Customers can rely on our profound and long-term experience, the largest installed system base in the market, our independence and our service and broadest consulting portfolio on the market.”

EOS remains on course for continued growth, and sees continuous increase of metal applications particularly for serial applications which is also reflected in the 94 EOS M 4-series metal systems installed to date. In order to reflect the business growth, EOS also continues to expand its workforce.

EOS invites all visitors to the formnext booth, in hall 3.1, booth G50, to learn more about the transformation journey companies go through on their road towards 3D printing success. Customers today are facing multiple business challenges. The introduction of AM opens up new product and business opportunities, at the same time leading to a profound and necessary transformation of organisations to successfully implement AM and initiate disruptive change.

Güngör Kara, Director of Global Application and Consulting stated: “From more than 300 consulting project we learned that nearly all companies implementing additive manufacturing go through four transformational stages. With each phase of their development, companies establish more knowledge and technological maturity, but at the same time also face different challenges. We can help customers to overcome these challenges and to gain momentum on their journey to become an additive manufacturing champion.”

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