EOS North America Inc.

1000 John R Rd.
Ste. 209
Troy, MI 48083 US

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As Seen In Plastics Technology

Additive Manufacturing: New Mid-Range Polymer Industrial 3D Printer
  INTEGRA P 450 is made for a wide variety of SLS materials, including polymers with processing temperatures of up to 300°C.  

At K 2019, Covestro presented 3D printed TPU orthopedic insoles for shoes. 

Additive Manufacturing Continues Its Push Toward Production Floor
Suppliers unveil new material grades at K 2019 as 3D printing applications advance.

5 Additive Manufacturing Trends to Watch in 2020
Plastics Technology spoke with HP, Carbon, EOS and Essentium to learn more about additive manufacturing trends in 2020.

3d-printed shoe

Key Polymer Additive Manufacturing Highlights from Formnext 2019
Lots of new technology and advances from material and additive manufacturing system providers. 

Arkema 3d printing center

Arkema Opens New Global Center of Excellence for 3D Printing in Normandy
Dedicated to printing by powder bed fusion, the center complements the group’s existing network.

3D-printed bicycle helmet

EOS Launches New Program for 3D-Printed Foam Applications
This hub orchestrated by EOS connects CAD, materials, part qualification and additive manufacturing.

AM conference crowd

Talking 3D Printing of Plastics at the Additive Manufacturing Conference
A look at the 2019 Additive Manufacturing Conference plus onsite interviews with AM providers Essentium and EOS.

AM conference attendees

Additive Manufacturing Conference: Learn What's New in Additive
The Additive Manufacturing Conference + Expo (AMC) 2019 (August 27-29; Austin, TX) features several key presentations dedicated to the plastics industry along with a tour of EOS North America’s polymer AM lab. 

Victrex PAEK

Victrex Develops PAEK for Additive Manufacturing; Leads Consortium for Advancing AM Technologies
New generation materials rival earlier versions for both laser sintering and fusion filament fabrication processes.

Adidad 3d printing

3D-Printed Sneakers Gaining Traction
Under Armour, adidas, Nike and New Balance are applying different additive manufacturing technologies and materials for customized kicks.

Royal Plastic to Make Laser-Sintered PEEK Aircraft Parts
Aerospace composite fabricator Royal Plastic Mfg., Minden, Neb., is expanding into the emerging field of rapid manufacturing with the purchase of the first Eosint P 800 laser sintering machine in North America from EOS of North America Inc., Novi, Mich.

Product Categories of EOS North America Inc.

Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing/Prototyping Materials)
Prototyping Equipment