EOS North America Launches the Integra P 400 Quick-Scan Polymer Industrial 3D Printer

The new Additive Manufacturing platform achieves 40-50% scanning speed increase, flexible material options and simplified serviceability Pflugerville, Texas, December 4, 2018 – EOS North America today launched its Integra P 400 polymer Additive Manufacturing (AM) platform developed to meet customer demands for the North American Read More »

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SAE International 2018 Additive Manufacturing in Motion Symposium Announces Keynote Speakers

  Warrendale, PA, February 7, 2018 – SAE International announces the three keynote speakers for SAE 2018 Additive Manufacturing in Motion Symposium which will convene in the Hilton Cleveland Downtown Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio on March 13-14, 2018. Additive Manufacturing in Motion 13-14 March 2018 Read More »

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Machine Tool Distributor Inks Partnership with Industrial 3D Printing Company to Meet Customer Demand

EOS and Hartwig Inc. partnership brings full-line distribution of additive manufacturing equipment possible Novi, Mich. Oct. 12, 2017– EOS, the world’s leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, expanded its North American sales channel into the traditional machine Read More »

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ITAMCO Ramps Up Additive Manufacturing With New EOS Printer

  Plymouth, Indiana — August 24, 2017 — ITAMCO (Indiana Technology and Manufacturing Companies) is delivering components to the medical device industry made with their new EOS M 290 additive manufacturing printer. The EOS printer was delivered in June, 2017 and ITAMCO was shipping components Read More »

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EOS North America Launches Life Cycle Solutions Group; Darin Chartier Tapped to Lead

Novi, Mich.—June 7, 2017 – In working with customers, EOS North America, the world’s leading technology provider for industrial 3D printing (otherwise known as additive manufacturing or AM) of metals and polymers, found that inadequate training accounts for nearly 50 percent of the average AM Read More »

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