Phillips selects EOS North America to develop metal AM capabilities

June 23, 2020

EOS North America has been chosen to develop the metal AM capabilities of Phillips Corporation Federal Division (Courtesy Phillips Corporation Federal Division)

Phillips Corporation’s Federal Division, Hanover, Maryland, USA, has selected EOS North America, the American division of EOS GmbH, as a strategic partner in support of its Public Private Partnership (P3) efforts at the Army Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing (CoE) at Rock Island Arsenal-Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center, Illinois, USA.

As the first Certified Training Partner representing EOS North America’s Additive Minds group, Phillips states that it will deliver advanced engineering and consulting capability, enabling the army to achieve its long-term Additive Manufacturing objectives.

“Deciding to collaborate with a strategic partner to represent EOS in the Federal Government was one of the most important decisions I have ever made in our business,” stated Andy Snow, Senior Vice President at EOS North America. 

“The essential elements of a successful partnership consist of a good fit between the partners’ personalities, similar values, the ability to be a team player, compatible goals and clear expectations, and mutual trust. Phillips Federal represents all these values, and we at EOS are delighted to be teaming with them on the Rock Island P3 initiative, as well as many other strategic opportunities across the government sector.”

John Harrison, President of Phillips Corporation Federal Division, commented, “We are grateful to have EOS, the universally recognised world leader in direct metal printing, as a partner at the Army’s Rock Island Arsenal. We look forward to working collaboratively with EOS and achieving the army’s readiness mission through the implementation of Additive Manufacturing.”

www.eos.info

www.phillipscorp.com

Download the latest issue of Metal AM magazine

Our latest issue is now available to view online or download in PDF format.

As well as an extensive AM industry news section, this 168-page issue includes articles and reports on:

  • Metal Additive Manufacturing and the new Space Race: The inside track with Launcher and AMCM
  • Falcontech: The journey from materials engineering to large-scale metal Additive Manufacturing
  • Strategies for advancing the automation of metal Additive Manufacturing
  • Machine Learning and Additive Manufacturing: What does the future hold?
  • System 3R: Bridging critical gaps in the Additive Manufacturing workflow to enable serial production
  • Metal AM in South Africa: Research and commercial initiatives bring the benefit of AM to the African continent
  • CFD simulation for metal Additive Manufacturing: Applications in laser- and sinter-based processes
  • > More information

Latest news

    E-newsletter

    Sign up to our e-newsletter, sent weekly to AM professionals and end-users around the world. We'll also let you know each time a new issue of Metal AM magazine is available.

    Discover our magazine archive…

    The free to access Metal Additive Manufacturing magazine archive offers unparalleled insight into the world of metal Additive Manufacturing from a commercial and technological perspective through:
    • Reports on visits to leading metal AM part manufacturers and industry suppliers
    • Articles on technology and application trends
    • Information on materials developments
    • Reviews of key technical presentations from the international conference circuit
    • International industry news
    All past issues are available to download in PDF format, in either single page format or as double-page “spreads” for viewing on large monitors. All downloads are free of charge. Go to archive...

    Connect with us

    Visit our social media channels and sign up to our e-newsletter

    Copy link
    Powered by Social Snap