EOS North America

28970 Cabot Dr.
Suite #700
Novi,  MI  48377

United States
  • Booth: 1027

EOS is the world's leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers. Formed in 1989, the independent company is a pioneer and innovator for comprehensive solutions in additive manufacturing. Its product portfolio of EOS systems, materials, and process parameters gives customers crucial competitive advantages in terms of product quality and the long-term economic sustainability of their manufacturing processes. Furthermore customers benefit from deep technical expertise in global service, applications engineering and consultancy.   www.eos.info

 Press Releases

  • Pflugerville, TX, February 5, 2019 - EOS, the world's leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, announces its acquisition of Vulcan Labs – expanding its bench of additive manufacturing (AM) experts in powder bed fusion technology. The new Vulcan Labs team members bring decades of industry experience into both EOS’ technical center in Pflugerville, Texas, and its ALM materials research and production facility in Temple, Texas, further strengthening its ability to ensure customer success in industrial 3D printing.

    “Additive manufacturing is advanced manufacturing and it is not as easy as simply pushing a print button. With that sophistication, our job becomes helping ensure our customers are productive and successful, and that sometimes requires non-standard solutions, customized to very specific applications,” said Glynn Fletcher, president of EOS North America. “With this acquisition of top AM industry talent, we have now formed an entirely dedicated engineering services group solely focused on these types of requirements.”

    In addition to the new engineering services group, other former Vulcan Labs engineers have been charged with helping lead the further development and commercialization of the new Integra P 400 polymer 3D printer – a flexible and easily serviceable platform designed for the production of high-quality, mid-temperature AM applications. Launched in December 2018 and currently available only in North America, the Integra P 400 is engineered and manufactured in Texas and has already seen orders from nearly a dozen organizations.

    Former Vulcan Labs CEO and industry veteran, David Leigh, will now serve in the role of chief operating officer at EOS North America. “The time is perfect to join EOS and Vulcan Labs,” said Leigh. “Industrial 3D printing is still relatively new, but it has moved from the theoretical to the practical. As organizations wrestle to integrate AM into their production chain, industry-leading experts like EOS are what will make the difference between struggle or success. That success requires a stable of experts and a robust ecosystem of partners. Vulcan Labs augments existing EOS know-how and sets us apart bringing unique, high-value solutions to our customers.”

    Added Fletcher: “With this acquisition, we have frankly struck the AM talent jackpot. It is rare, indeed, to find such a pool of top technical talent that can immediately bring value to our customers at such a high-level. This acquisition illustrates our commitment to providing the best support for our customers, while continuously challenging the market through internal and external disruption.”


  • Integra P 400
    Developed to meet the demand for plastic additive manufacturing, the Integra P 400 empowers designers, production engineers and material makers alike.

  • With an impressive array of new user-friendly features that offer unprecedented productivity, software controls, material compatibility, and simple serviceability, the Integra P 400 is truly the most flexible and accommodating 3D printer on the market.

    Machine Highlights:

    1. Simplified Serviceability
      • “Developed so one technician with a tool box can service most issues. This simplicity is a key factor that will drive organizations to adopt this new polymer AM platform.” – Michael Conner, Vice President of Service at EOS North America                         
    2. Material Flexibility
      • Operates at temperatures up to 300°C, enabling use of a wide range of materials that includes high performance and high temperature polymers TPU, TPE, and the new HT-23
    3. High Productivity
      • Industry-best scanning speed results from a combination of technologies such as sky-writing, a 120 Watt CO2 laser, and digital galvanometers delivering speeds averaging 12,700 millimeters per second – a 40-50% improvement compared to existing platforms
    4. Innovative Recoater
      • Dual roller system applies material with a speed of up to 0.4 meters per second, and is capable of processing a wide range of powdered materials
    5. Sensor Technology
      • IR cameras (real-time thermal imaging of process area) achieve excellent process monitoring to meet the toughest requirements in aerospace and automotive
    6. EOSPRINT 2
      • An intuitive, open data preparation tool moving design concepts from CAD to print, and capable of improving surface finish quality, tensile strength, and build speed
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