EOS marks 1000th North American machine delivery

November 30, 2021

The 1000th EOS machine delivered to the North American market was a AMCM M 4K from AMCM GmbH, an EOS Group (Courtesy AMCH GmbH/EOS)

EOS North America, Novi, Michigan, USA, has delivered and installed its 1,000th Additive Manufacturing machine in the North American market. The milestone AM machine, an AMCM M 4K from EOS’ AMCM business unit, is a large scale, four-laser Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) machine, capable of additively manufacturing up to one metre high parts.

The delivery of EOS’ 1,000th machine in North America comes at a time when AM is experiencing incredible market growth explains EOS. It was installed for the aerospace and defence manufacturer Sintavia in Hollywood, Florida, USA, and is the company’s seventeenth AM machine from EOS.

“Constant innovation, consistency between machines, and industrial-scale production dependability are why aerospace manufacturers of tomorrow rely on EOS,“ stated Brian Neff, CEO of Sintavia. “While this AMCM M4K represents the 1,000th machine in North America for EOS, it also represents the 17th EOS machine for Sintavia. Their machines form the foundation of our company’s manufacturing technology, and we are thrilled to be part of this milestone achievement in EOS’ history.“

In recognition of EOS’ 1000th machine installation in North America, EOS presented Sintavia with an additively manufactured commemorative award (Courtesy EOS)

Andy Snow, EOS North America senior vice president, commented, “This achievement is a significant milestone in the history of EOS and a testament to the accelerating adoption of Additive Manufacturing in North America. As the proliferation of AM continues, we remain the leading innovator of hardware, materials, services, and education aimed at strengthening the successful adoption and advancement of AM as a mainstream manufacturing process.”

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