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EOS Production Platform

As part of EOS Shared Modules concept the innovative platforms can be automated and are perfectly suited for the additive manufacturing of end products on an industrial scale.

EOS P 500 SLS technology: high productivity and material flexibility

The EOS P 500 platform is primarily designed for companies that want to produce high-quality polymer components reproducibly on an industrial scale using additive manufacturing. In an initial step, a  laser with a laser output of 2x 70 watts will be used on the platform. This highly efficient, automatable system makes it possible to minimize costs per part and process polymer material classes such as PA 12, PA 11, PA 6, TPU, and other high-performance polymers. The use of this platform will also open up applications in the mobility and automotive industry as well as in the manufacturing of electronic components.

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EOS LaserProFusion: for highly productive injection molding tool-free

Compared with the FDR technology, EOS LaserProFusion technology is designed for maximum productivity with a constant focus on high-quality results. In contrast to the above-mentioned solutions, up to 1 million diode lasers with a maximum accumulated laser power of over 5 kilowatts are used here. The exposure speed is independent of the component geometry. This technology is geared to the requirements of series production, shortens product development times, enables tool-free injection molding, and can even be used as a replacement for injection molding in many applications. EOS LaserProFusion can therefore cut costs by up to 20 percent. 

FDR technology for surfaces with fine detail resolution 

FDR is a highly suitable solution wherever delicate structures, surfaces with a fine detail resolution and thin wall thicknesses are the foremost requirements. Unlike the existing EOS product range, a 50-watt laser is being used for this. This laser type creates an ultra-fine laser beam with a focus diameter that is only half the size of current SLS technologies. This enables completely new exposure parameters resulting in parts that have superfine surfaces.

The FDR technology is being developed for the EOS polymer production platform and opens up options for completely new applications in the field of polymer-based additive manufacturing, such as for filter units and fluid channels, plugs, and other electronic components as well as consumer goods such as eyeglasses. 

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EOS Plastic Materials for Additive Manufacturing

Learn more about the extensive EOS portfolio of highly developed and quality tested plastic materials for Additive Manufacturing


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