EOS, Siemens strengthen additive manufacturing cooperation
Siemens is going to extend its Additive Manufacturing Experience Center in Erlangen, Germany, with the EOS P 500 system.
Metal and polymer additive manufacturing technology supplier EOS (Krailling, Germany) and global technology company Siemens (Munich, Germany) are continuing their close collaboration to further accelerate additive manufacturing technology and application.
Siemens is going to extend its Additive Manufacturing Experience Center (AMEC) in Erlangen, Germany, with the EOS P 500 system. The AMEC provides an overview and insight into different industrial additive manufacturing technologies and information about the challenging industrial requirements for additive manufacturing design, simulation, and production. It also offers an interactive experience, where the integrated seamless additive manufacturing chain and Siemens' relevant additive manufacturing products are shown.
Siemens' Additive Manufacturing Experience Center at its location in Erlangen, Germany.
"A fast industrialization of additive manufacturing can only be unleashed by a close cooperation of experts from a software, automation, and drive system angle with industrial 3D printing experts, as is the case with Siemens and EOS," says Dr. Karsten Heuser, VP of Additive Manufacturing at Siemens. "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."