Metal 3D Printer
EOS M 100
Delicate 3D-Printed Metal Parts
The power stability of the 200-watt fiber laser ensures optimal and consistent processing. The small laser spot with excellent detail resolution is ideal for manufacturing highly complex, delicate parts.
With its small build space on a round construction platform of 100 mm in diameter, the system is primarily geared towards cost-efficient production in small quantities.
Setup and cleanup are possible in just a few minutes thanks to the modular inner structure and the powder bed container. The material is easy to switch and maintenance is quick to perform.
Metal Materials for the EOS M 100
The EOS M 100 offers a certified portfolio of materials with a special focus on medical applications.
Cobalt-chrome is often used in aerospace and medical applications. Two of these materials are certified for dental restoration, e.g. crowns, bridges, and denture components. The chemical and mechanical properties of our alloys meet various international material standards.
EOS StainlessSteel 316L
Parts show a high level of corrosion resistance, toughness and ductility as well as a high resistance to acids.
EOS Titanium Ti64
Titanium’s material characteristics make it ideal for many high-performance applications in aerospace, automotive & medical.
The refractive materials family of powders encompasses EOS Tungsten W1, a pure tungsten alloy, which is designed and tested for use on EOS’ metal systems.
EOS offers tried-and-tested software solutions for all process steps in additive manufacturing – from the preparation of CAD design data and job preparation to quality control.
EOSPRINT is an intuitive, open and productive CAM tool for EOS systems that enables the assignment and optimization of build parameters for your CAD data. Together with data preparation software like SIEMENS NX or Magics, it offers an extensive additive manufacturing CAM environment for a smooth 3D printing process.
Quality Assurance and Post-Processing
Quality in 3D Printing With EOS
Every industrial manufacturer needs to keep an eye on quality. EOS has been ISO 9001 certified since 1998, among other standards.
Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs)
for Additive Manufacturing
TRL levels for 3D printing? Our 3D printing materials have a clear value proposition. We use NASAs Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs) for our additive manufacturing materials