BEAMIT installs fourth EOS M 400-4 metal Additive Manufacturing system

October 5, 2019

BEAMIT installs fourth EOS M 400-4 metal Additive Manufacturing system
From left to right: Markus Glasser (Senior Vice President Region Export EOS), Mauro Antolotti (Chairman of BEAMIT), Davide Iacovelli (Regional Director South EOS) and Giancarlo Scianatico (EOS Regional Manager Italy) (Courtesy EOS)

Additive Manufacturing service provider BEAMIT SpA, Fornovo di Taro, Italy, has installed its fourth EOS M 400-4 quad laser system, which will reportedly be used to manufacture components for application in the oil and gas industry.

The EOS M 400 series of metal AM machines is designed for industrial applications, and provides a build volume of 400 x 400 x 400 mm. While the EOS M 400 runs with a single 1000 W laser, the EOS M 400-4 system incorporates four 400 W lasers. 

“Industrial 3D printing has proven to be a real revolution for countless industrial sectors and we see even more viable potential,” stated Mauro Antolotti, Chairman of BEAMIT. “So we are delighted to scale our 3D printing production capabilities by strengthening our collaboration with EOS as a reliable and strong partner.”

Markus Glasser, Senior Vice President Region Export EOS, commented, “We are very proud to be the partner of choice for BEAMIT. Their success with 3D printing represents an important example for companies of any size that want to operate in Industry 4.0 and are already getting ready to change their business thanks to the advantages offered by Additive Manufacturing.”

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