EOS M 290

EOS M 290

Award Winner Metal 3D Printer

The most extensive materials portfolio on the market

Powerful 400-watt fiber laser for excellent detail resolution

A robust and well-established system with a vast range of applications

Reproducible Part Quality

The exceptionally high beam quality of the laser spot and the excellent detail resolution are ideal for producing highly complex components with homogeneous properties.

Broad Portfolio of Materials

With the most extensive range of validated materials and processes available on the market, all customer needs are covered.

Comprehensive Quality Management

The comprehensive monitoring suite enables quality assurance of all production- and quality-relevant data in real time.

Technical Data EOS M 100

Compatible materials

Additive Manufacturing of Custom Glasses Frames 3D Printing for Better Insight

Additive Manufacturing of Custom Glasses Frames

Every person’s face is as unique as their personality. To meet the highest fitting standards, glasses frames need to be made to measure. However, they are comparatively expensive to manufacture by hand.
Industrial 3D printing can change this. As an alternative to traditional manufacturing processes, it offers a range of advantages.

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Reduce Cycle Times, Increase Cost-Efficiency 3D Printed Molds and Tools

Reduce Cycle Times, Increase Cost-Efficiency

Why using additive manufacturing to produce 3D printed molds and tools? As an industrial production method, the 3D printing process of additive manufacturing offers enormous design and manufacturing freedom. The most complex of shapes can be designed and produced in the highest quality, quickly and cost-efficiently, even for small batch sizes. In this way, the process provides a solution to a tooling challenge faced by many tool and mold makers:

In many industries, producing specialized tools and parts is one of the most resource-intensive manufacturing processes. Conventional processes are typically expensive, time-consuming and technically very challenging. The 3D printing process with EOS metal materials is the answer. 

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Additive Manufacturing for Handling Systems Industrial 3D Printing for Automation and Robotics

Additive Manufacturing for Handling Systems

Automation is moving forward, and all types of production and intralogistics processes are becoming increasingly networked thanks to digitalization. Robotics and gripping systems play a key role in this. But gripping technology in particular is constantly facing new challenges. Additive manufacturing makes it possible to address rapidly changing market trends in a targeted manner.

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