POLYMER ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, permits the fabrication of fully customized objects with a high level of geometrical complexity at reduced fabrication time and cost.

OUR MACHINES

Besides metals and ceramics, polymers have become a widely researched class of materials for applications in AM. The synthetic versatility and adaptability, as well as the wide range of properties that can be achieved using polymer materials, have rendered polymers the most widely employed class of materials for AM methodologies.

POLYMER ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

EOS P396

Highly Productive 3D Printing System Integratable into IIoT environments.

  • Build rate of 3 l/h with a packing density of 5%
  • Widest portfolio of materials on the market
  • Most homogeneous part properties throughout the entire build volume

Diversity of Materials: 14 materials and 26 parameter sets allow a wide range of applications. Requirements of various industries can be completely fulfilled.

Quality of parts: All 3D printed parts with excellent mechanical properties and dimensional accuracy due to software features such as Smart Scaling, EOSAME and a continuous temperature monitoring.

Connectivity: Full integration into the IIoT environment with EOSCONNECT Core resulting in an entirely digital process chain from the CAD model, through ERP and MES connection, to the finished part.

HP 4200

QUALITY, FUNCTIONAL PARTS

  • Ideal for industrial prototyping and final part production.
  • Achieve predictable print time and parts with best-in-class isotropy.
  • Choose between print modes tuned for mechanical/functional/ aesthetic properties, accuracy, and

OPTIMIZED PRODUCTIVITY

  • Produce more parts per day with continuous printing.
  • Streamlined, cleaner experience with enclosed, automated mixing of materials.
  • Rely on HP’s world-class HP Jet Fusion 3D Solution Services to maximize uptime and productivity.

OPTIMIZED COSTS

  • Reduce operational costs, opening your doors to short-run production.
  • Invest in a competitively priced 3D printing solution and produce at a low cost per part.
  • Optimize cost and part quality, with cost-efficient materials that offer industry-leading reusability.