Does your application require components that are both highly flexible and durable? Do they also need to be robust and shock-absorbing? Then we have just the material for you: thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU).
More than 100 years ago Ford changed the automotive industry by introducing efficient serial production processes. Today Ford uses EOS 3D printing to marry the need for security with the desire for individualisation.
The Hummingbird Project demonstrates all the advantages of additive manufacturing in a single component: complex geometries, lightweight construction and the integration of functions and components are possible. There are almost no limits in the way of design. See how industrial 3D printing technology changes the way of manufacturing.
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With nearly one million diode lasers melting the material, the build process is so productive that it can serve as an injection molding alternative for many applications. EOS LaserProFusion technology produces up to 10 times faster.
As the world's leading technology and solutions supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing EOS is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Founded in 1989 by Dr. Hans J. Langer, the company now shapes the world of manufacturing with its innovative solutions. Initially used primarily for rapid prototyping, companies worldwide now leverage additive manufacturing increasingly to meet the needs of serial production. The EOS Ecosystem has meanwhile set the course for the future, enabling industry- and customer-specific 3D printing solutions which shape the digital factory.
Headquartered in Germany and founded in 1989, Electro Optical Systems (EOS) is the global technology and quality leader for high-end solutions in the field of additive manufacturing (AM) of metals and polymers.