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Industrial-Scale 3D Printer Facilitates Cost-Effective Production

IMTS 2018: EOS North America’s EOS P 500 3D printer is designed to produce laser-sintered polymer partson an industrial scale.

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EOS North America’s EOS P 500 3D printer is intended for laser sintering applications on an industrial scale. The printer is designed to produce high-quality, cost-effective polymer parts. Its software tools are intended for ease of use. The machine offers materials flexibility with operating temperatures as high as 300°C. Its modular design enables integration with future machine adaptions.

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