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Additive Manufacturing Means More than Prototypes and Parts

It’s up to engineers to master the latest in AM technology and bring value to their businesses.

Footage provided by EOS
[TEXT ON SCREEN] If you think of additive manufacturing purely as prototypes and parts, think again. Companies including EOS have pushed 3D printing processes to an industrial scale. 3D printing using metals and polymers is quicker and more feasible than ever before. It's up to engineers to master the technology and bring value to their businesses. To bring truly automated AM to industry, everything must be precise: The system. The materials. The processes. All overseen by engineers. Every part produced must meet the highest standards. It's not a matter of "if" or "when" AM can be used on an industrial level. It's a matter of "now." Footage provided by EOS.

If you think of additive manufacturing purely as prototypes and parts, think again. Companies including EOS have pushed 3D printing processes to an industrial scale. 3D printing using metals and polymers is quicker and more feasible than ever before. It’s up to engineers to master the technology and bring value to their businesses.

To bring truly automated AM to industry, everything must be precise: the system, the materials, the processes and more—all overseen by engineers. Every part produced must meet the highest standards. It’s not a matter of “if” or “when” AM can be used on an industrial level. It’s a matter of now.

Footage provided by EOS.