Hanover Fair 2016: EOS Is Part of the Innovative “Emotional Engineering in Lightweight Design” Stand

  • Hall 6, Stand D-44: EOS joins group presenting high-end solutions for lightweight design based on Additive Manufacturing

Krailling, Germany, April 20, 2016— EOS, global technology and quality leader for high-end solutions in Additive Manufacturing (AM), is participating in this year’s EOS (April 25-29 2016). Within the scope of the Solutions Area Lightweight Design in hall 6, which is part of “Industrial Supply”—the international leading trade fair for innovative supply and lightweight solutions—EOS and five other companies* are presenting the topic of “Emotional Engineering in Lightweight Design” as part of a collaborative exhibition.

Networking and innovation in lightweight design will be discussed in all facets and along the entire supply chain—from brainstorming and industrial design, through design engineering and calculation, up to additively manufactured components and corresponding material tests. The focus is on such aspects as design, emotion, cost-effectiveness, ecology and the environment. There will be workshops for visitors at the booth and daily keynote presentations given by top-class speakers in the Material Forum.

EOS will showcase their FORMIGA P 110 system at the booth. The compact plastic AM system enables a reasonably priced and efficient introduction to the world of additive manufacturing. EOS will also display examples of various lightweight designs.

Manufacture any fine and complex lightweight design structures
The demand for lightweight design with all its advantages is now occupying many industries, addressing concerns of using ever-scarcer and more-expensive commodities sparingly while also meeting industry-specific sustainability goals.

Maximilian Eils, Application Development Consultant at EOS says, “Additive manufacturing from EOS enables the design and quick, flexible, reasonably priced manufacturing of products directly from 3D CAD data. Any fine and simultaneously high-strength, lightweight design structures—impossible to manufacture using conventional procedures—can now be generated. Additive manufacturing offers innovative solutions for current and future challenges facing any industry and gives a developer maximum geometric freedom of design.”

*All exhibitors on the shared stand:

  • EOS GmbH (Component manufacturing using industrial 3D printing)
  • BUSSE Design+Engineering GmbH (Industrial design)
  • csi entwicklungstechnik GmbH (Design thinking/design engineering)
  • hme Ulm GmbH (Simulation-supported product development)
  • Institut für Technik und Design GmbH (Scientific lightweight design consulting)
  • Trinckle 3D GmbH (Product individualisation, semi-automated design and software for 3D printing)

About EOS
EOS is the world’s leading technology and quality leader for high-end solutions in the area of additive manufacturing (AM). The company, founded in 1989, is a pioneer and global leader in the area of direct metal laser sintering, and also a provider of a leading polymer technology. For these industrial 3D-printing processes, EOS offers a modular solutions portfolio that consists of systems, software, and materials, as well as technical and AM consulting services. EOS is the partner of choice for industrial AM-based production and provides long-term solutions for industry. Customers using these solutions are able to take advantage of light-weight structures, cost reductions based on functional integration, product customization and accelerated product development and production. www.eos.info

Contact:
EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems
Claudia Jordan
Public Relations Specialist
Phone: +49 089 893 36 2134
E-Mail: claudia.jordan@eos.info

Source: EOS

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