3D printed turbine blade

Siemens, EOS and Materials Solutions challenge existing technologies to advance and truly industrialize 3D printing. The business case shows the realization of one of the most challenging applications: A gas turbine blade for hot and turning environments

The hummingbird project: pushing boundaries of feasibility with AM

Automated, integrated, efficient: The joint development of a production system for serial additive manufacturing is started.

Aerotec, EOS, Daimler: Official Kick-off event to start the project at the technology center in Varel

Automated, integrated, efficient: The joint development of a production system for serial additive manufacturing is started.

IKEA: Brave new 3D world

Since the industrialisation, mass production has been based on the same principals. Next year these are being challenged as IKEA introduces its first ever 3D printed objects in the OMEDELBAR collection, a collaboration with stylist Bea Åkerlund.

Boeing's space taxi to use more than 600 3D-printed parts

Oxford Performance Materials will use a 3D printer to make more than 600 parts for Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft which will travel to and from the International Space Station.

Additive manufacturing: As one of the first companies in the engine industry, MTU manufactures production parts using 3D printing

Additive manufacturing: As one of the first companies in the engine industry, MTU manufactures production parts using 3D printing.

Audi and EOS: Development partnership focuses on holistic approach for metal-based additive manufacturing

Additive Minds by EOS supports Audi with systems, processes and knowledge building

With the EOS M 400-4, EOS introduces its biggest and fastest system for Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

The new system shatters the boundaries of manufacturing with regards to productivity, industrialization and part quality

Siemens: Gas Turbine Burner Repair with Additive Manufacturing

Industrial gas turbine burner repair at Siemens Energy sector in Finspang (Sweden) enabled by the EOS Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology and performed on EOSINT M 280 and EOSINT M 270 metal laser-sintering systems. Video material courtesy of Siemens

EOS and IESE Business School prepare decision-makers for challenges of Industry 4.0

Executive Education Program: how companies transform their business and benefit from new manufacturing models

OS sponsors the Roboy research project which aims to advance humanoid robotics to the capability of human bodies. (Source: EOS. Roboy design by Devanthro Society. Photographer: Adrian Baer

Robotics meet Additive Manufacturing

EOS sponsors the “Roboy” research project which replicates the human musculoskeletal system to advance robotics

Morf3D chooses EOS 3D printing technology to meet strict manufacturing requirements with flexible scalability

EOS Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology will be used by Morf3D to manufacture production flight hardware for Boeing and Honeywell
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EOS expands its production capacity for industrial 3D printers and opens new plant in Maisach

Industrial-scale manufacturing can be further expanded, customer-specific factory acceptance testing on offer
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Aerospace: Liebherr – First metal 3D printed primary flight control hydraulic component flies on an Airbus A380

World premiere in civil aviation with EOS technology
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