EOS, (a leading technology supplier of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers) and global technology company Siemens continue to expand their cooperation. The latest agreements include:
–Siemens control and drive components are part of the new EOS M 300 series for metal additive manufacturing.
–EOS’ job and process management software EOSPRINT 2 now integrates into AM module of Siemens NX 12.
–Siemens will include an EOS P 500 system for polymer industrial 3D printing into its Additive Manufacturing Experience Center in Erlangen, Germany
The EOS M 300 series is a metal additive system that is configurable, scalable, and secure. EOS announces this system uses control and drive components from the Siemens Totally Integrated Automation (TIA) portfolio.
Alfons Eiterer, Head of System Engineering EOS, states: “EOS puts a strong focus on high quality and reliability in its new developments, while at the same time ensuring dynamical and technological progress. This is the reason we chose Siemens control technology for our EOS M 300 series.”
Siemens has not only equipped the EOS M 300 series with components, but also the EOS P 500 system for polymer 3D printing.
EOSPRINT 2 is an intuitive, open and productive CAM tool that allows businesses to optimize CAD data for EOS systems. Siemens NX 12 is a seamless end-to-end solution starting with design, including topology optimization and process simulation to print preparation in one user interface. Now, an EOSPRINT driver for the Siemens NX12 AM module is available. Thus, EOSPRINT 2 functions are seamlessly integrated into Siemens’ NX Fixed Plane (Powder Bed) AM software module. This integration supports Siemens overall additive manufacturing solution offering, which helps to deliver an integrated and associatively linked additive manufacturing process from design to advanced 3D printing with EOS systems. As a result, engineers benefit from a quick and uninterrupted path from product idea to 3D printed part.
Siemens will extend its Additive Manufacturing Experience Center (AMEC) in Erlangen, Germany, with the EOS P 500 system. The AMEC provides an excellent overview and insight into different industrial AM technologies and information about the challenging industrial requirements for AM-design, -simulation and -production.
“A fast industrialization of additive manufacturing can only be unleashed by a close co-operation of experts from a software, automation and drive system angle with industrial 3D printing experts, as is the case with Siemens and EOS. We are therefore proud to move with EOS into the next level of industrialization, which will help transforming additive manufacturing further from the prototyping phase into industrial serial production.”, states Dr. Karsten Heuser, VP of Additive Manufacturing at Siemens AG.
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