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EOS: The Future Belongs To Responsible Manufacturing

As a pioneering innovator in the field of industrial 3D printing, EOS is passionate about sustainable and digital technology innovation to shift the way people live, move and consume.

The past century has been a time of innovation and discovery like none before. Inventions that were once considered high luxury, or even complete fantasy, are now commonplace across the world. However, innovation has come at the price of the natural world, and as the damage done to the environment reaches a breaking point, industry leaders like EOS are pioneering the way for sustainable solutions to allow us to continue improving on our global quality of life without costs on the climate.

Using innovative and ground-breaking technology, EOS is leading global industry through the power of industrial 3D printing, also known as Additive Manufacturing. The central vision of EOS is to use 3D printing to pioneer responsible manufacturing, optimising an industry that is famously carbon-intensive and inefficient. Using the advancements seen through over a century of industrial progress, EOS is proving that the spirit of invention will help us fight back against the climate crisis.

“We strongly believe that technology and innovation can actually help to save our planet,” said Marie Langer, Second Generation CEO, EOS. “With our technology, additive manufacturing, we can do better and establish this as the new normal in the manufacturing scene.”

Additive manufacturing is the process of 3D printing materials into a shape, layer by layer, to create complex designs efficiently. With a lower carbon footprint, a faster production time, less waste product, and fewer demand on resources, 3D printing is set to become an industry standard. The method is often used to create more lightweight structures than would normally be possible with traditional manufacturing, which not only uses less materials, but also allows for easier and less fuel-dependent transportation and distribution.

“Today, we see big warehouses where so many spare parts are stocked,” said Florian Mauser, Application Specialist, EOS. “With additive manufacturing, spare parts can be produced on-demand and where they’re needed.”

Ensuring an optimised, circular structure, most waste materials created during the printing process can be reused and re-fed into the machine to continue production. This process has been essential in the medical worlds, where lightweight, made-to-measure designs are essential. From prosthetics limbs to cutting guides, additive manufacturing is already playing a large part in the future of the medical sector.

“We all know that every person is unique, and the shape of the body is not alike, so what we can do with our technology is improve customer care and customer treatment,” continued Marie Langer. “I think it’s clear that we’re pioneering the space of responsible manufacturing now, but in the end, we only can achieve if we partner up.”

Langer and the team are confident in the goals and shared vision of EOS, and are hopeful for a collaborative future. Looking forward, they understand the challenges they face as an industry, and they know it’s not enough to be ahead of the competition, they must lead, they must set the industry standard. Through collaborations with the medical world, the manufacturing world and beyond, the team EOS is certain they will be able to establish a new normal and propel innovation into a new, optimised, responsible era of progress.


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