EOS has launched the M 300-4 system, a multi laser metal 3D printing system designed for digital industrial additive manufacturing, at the IMTS show in Chicago, IL. Read more


EOS production facility


EOS believes it is now capable of manufacturing up to 1,000 3D printing systems a year after relocating its hardware production facilities to Maisach-Gerlinden. Read more


Aidro Hydraulics, an Italian hydraulic systems developer, has incorporated Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology into its manufacturing processes. Read more


Intech DMLS Private Limited has released AMOptoMet, a predictive software for parameter optimisation for Selective Laser Melting at formnext. Read more


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Interview with Chloe Kow, Manager of Direct Metal Laser Sintering at Star Rapid on the growth of metal 3D printing and the need for AM manufacturers to become educators in their field. Read more


The German machine manufacturer has launched its latest DMLS solution for metal 3D printing. Read more

TCT Conference @ Formnext

Weld3D Printing Process


Newcomers Weld3D have developed an extrusion based metal 3D printing technique that they hope will make additive manufactured metal parts attainable for more people. Read more


EOS has launched its EOS M 290 DMLS system - the successor to the EOSINT M 280 additive manufacturing machine - at RAPID 2014 in Detroit. Read more


With two months to go before the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, the famously 3D-printed baton made using 3T RPD's DMLS technology is approaching Scotland after its world tour. Read more


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Airbus Group Innovations

EOS and Airbus Group Innovations have partnered up on an eco-assessment study on industrial 3D printing in aerospace. Read more


Linear EOS Machines

Linear Mold & Engineering

Linear Mold & Engineering is experiencing a period of great demand for industrial metal 3D printing and powder development. Read more


Solid Concepts have 3D printed a metal gun and fired it in order to debunk the theory that 3D printing is a rubbish technology for printing guns. Read more


A joint study from EADS IW and EOS has revealed that additive manufacturing has slashed material consumption by 75 per cent and carbon dioxide by 40 per cent. Read more