The EOSINT M is a industrial 3D printer by EOS. Read our EOS EOSINT M review for full specs, price and rating. The EOSINT M is a metal 3D printer made by German company EOS. EOS are one of the oldest 3D printing companies, having been in the 3D printing. The EOSINT M is an updated and further improved version of the EOSINT M , the leading system on the market for the additive manufacturing of metal.
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A 1 kW laser boosts oes due to higher build rates and increased layer thickness. It enables a standardisation und comparability of building processes, based on the so-called Part Property Profiles PPP.
It accelerates product development, offers freedom of design, optimizes part structures, and enables lattice structures as well as functional integration. This higher power laser can melt more metal powder per second, thus achieving shorter build times and higher system productivity. The parts are built up additively m820 by layer. The technology manufactures parts for every phase of the product life cycle, directly from electronic data.
Newsletter Contact Imprint Privacy Statement. Because laser-sintering is an additive manufacturing process, it can easily build complex geometries such as those for dental prostheses, orthopedic implants, and personalized cutting and drilling guides that fos surgical and patient recovery times.
Integrated Process Chain Management IPCM modules offer optimized powder and part handling, thus ensuring an increased productivity, quality and usability.
The material is also well suited for additive manufacturing applications such as spectacle frames or functional elements in yachts. Many other m28 are actively qualifying the technology for their production.
PrimePart ST has an excellent refresh rate, making m2880 an environmentally favorable alternative to other flexible materials for laser-sintering. The EOS booth will feature a broad array of existing products and prototypes in plastics and metals. As above, but self-standing and 3 phase power Examples: Numerous users are already using the EOSINT M for els production in a variety of fields, including medical products and tooling.
This significantly reduces filter costs. The technology can also make lightweight porous solids or rough surfaces that promote bone growth. Moreover, further improvements in the gas management system enable a reduction of the gas consumption and a prolonged filter lifetime, which further improve the cost-effectiveness and user-friendliness of the system. Material properties such as high tensile strength, excellent processability and good corrosion resistance make this super alloy highly suited for use in aerospace, chemical, motor sport and marine industry applications.
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Volkswagen Toolmaking opens a highly advanced 3D center. The EOSINT M is in the meantime by far the best-selling metal additive manufacturing system and has gained a strong reputation for producing best quality parts. The material is also a good choice for use in the watch and jewelry industries, where the designer benefits from extensive freedom of design.
With the opening of the center, the unit is bringing the most highly advanced generation of 3-D printers to the Volkswagen Group. We know his 30 years of experience will serve our customers well as they look to us for their manufacturing needs.
The EOS M is an enhancement of the well-known EOSINT Mthe leading system on the market for the tool-free manufacture of serial components, spare parts and functional prototypes directly in metal.
EOS was founded in and is today the world-leading manufacturer of laser-sintering systems. All trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
This is particularly interesting for hybrid part building, a concept which EOS introduced in the s for prototype tooling. Additive manufacturing AM technologies can reduce costs and lead-times while enhancing product performance. Share on Twitter Tweet. Laser-sintering is the key technology for e-Manufacturing, the fast, flexible and cost effective production of products, patterns and tools.
Since then EOS has continuously updated and further developed this product line. Share on Google Plus Share. Share on Pinterest Share. This provides great flexibility and efficiency for application development which can be done offline as the system remains free for building.
EOS m280 DMLS Metal 3D Printer
Orthopedic manufacturers have been among the early implementers, and with NN Inc. As an industrial manufacturing process it allows the fast and flexible production of high-end parts based on 3D CAD data at a repeatable industry level of quality. Members must attend a training session and pass written and hands-on exams.
Customers can either use the pre-qualified EOS parameter sets or develop and modify their own. It shows a good corrosion resistance and a high ductility.
The so-called Laser Power Monitoring LPM monitors eow laser power during the building process and reports the compliance with the specifications or warns of any deviations.
EOS m DMLS Metal 3D Printer | NJIT Makerspace
A high-velocity laminar flow of protective gas across the entire build area, combined with the high-capacity recirculating filter system, ensures even more uniform process conditions. Volkswagen Toolmaking opens a highly advanced 3D center. For the Watt option new, faster parameter sets with corresponding Part Property Profiles will be introduced. As a result, stable melting behaviour is ensured even over long periods of time and with higher laser power.
Laser-sintering is the key technology for e-Manufacturing, the fast, flexible and cost-effective production of products, patterns and tools. This results in further improved reproducibility of the part properties. These features are what make the system the ideal production tool for the economical batch-size optimized manufacture of parts at all stages of the product life cycle.
EOS is highlighting two companies that apply emerging technologies to enhance laser-sintering applications: This allows the system to process a wide range of materials: The distinctive features of the EOSINT M system are the quality of the parts it produces and the ergonomically designed peripherals.
Especially for heavy use in a manufacturing environment, this enables significantly reduced costs-per-part, thereby increasing the competitiveness of laser-sintering compared to other technologies and opening up new viable application areas.