EOS launches Digital Foam program with software and QA partners

Published 29 October 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, manufacturing, eos, additive manufacturing, materials, footwear, carbon, ntopology

A hub of technologies, orchestrated by EOS is looking to connect CAD, materials, part qualification, and additive manufacturing to replace foams used in a wide variety of industries.

The benefits of 3D printed foam-like structures mean that materials can be custom tuned for purpose for superior comfort, safety, and performance characteristics.

“The level of engineering required to produce, say, a safer football helmet is massive, but the benefits are equally massive for end users,” said Dr. Greg Hayes, senior vice president of applied engineering at EOS North America. “The Digital Foam program was designed to make those huge improvements much easier and less time-consuming for organisations.”

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