EOS and Siemens Intensify Cooperation In Industrial 3D Printing

EOS, the world’s leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, and the global technology company Siemens continue their close collaboration to further accelerate additive manufacturing (AM) technology and application. The current cooperation includes the areas software, automation and drive technology and use of AM technology: Siemens control and

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Profile measurement fastly, accurately with SmartVision

For mechanical, pharmaceutical, eyeglasses, plastic industries, … profile size measurement is extremely important because it affects an entire production line. With the increasing demands of people for accuracy and automation, SmartVision’s 2D profile dimensioner can meet those needs without the need for direct user contact. . (Download catalog tại đây) See more at video: Read

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The 10 most representative works in the world are done by 3D printing technology

3D printing technology, also called additive manufacturing, has been significantly optimizing the production of large and small products in different fields. 3D printing is probably most useful for the rapid fabrication of small custom mechanical parts. However, the technology is also capable of making very large structures and objects. Below is a short list of

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EOS introduces one million diode LaserProFusion AM technology for polymers

EOS continues to drive the industrialization of additive manufacturing (AM) and will present its newest solutions at this year’s formnext. With LaserProFusion, EOS introduces a revolutionary technology for polymer additive manufacturing: nearly one million diode lasers melt the material, building up the part layer by layer. This build process is so productive that it can

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What role is the additive manufacturing to 3D printing?

Before finding out what role accretion production plays in the 3D printing industry, what must be known as “accretion production”?   Additive Manufacturing, AM is the process of manufacturing products based on a three-dimensional digital design. Other names of AM include rapid prototyping, digital production (direct digital manufacturing), gradual production, cumulative manufacturing, … AM is

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