10/25/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

Visser Precision to Take Delivery of EOS M 300-4 Systems

The company will receive a pair of of EOS's M 300-4 systems as well as three EOS 400-4 four-laser metal additive manufacturing systems.


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EOS has reached an agreement with Visser Precision to deliver three EOS M 400-4 systems and two recently introduced EOS M 300-4 systems, significantly increasing the company’s metal additive manufacturing (AM) capacity. Visser Precision will be the first organization to purchase the new EOS M 300-4 platform.

This arrangement brings Visser Precision’s capacity to a total of eight serial production AM systems. the company will use the systems to meet demand for metal AM components in the aerospace, space, defense and other industries.

“Additive manufacturing has moved from a stage of market acceptance to a technology that is now in demand across industries in search of DMLS-quality AM,” says Glynn Fletcher, president of EOS North America. “Visser Precision is an organization that can now meet that market demand through this investment with EOS. We could not be more proud that Visser Precision is the first-to-purchase our new, high-performance EOS M 300-4 platform, and has also purchased our flagship EOS M 400-4 system to take their AM capacity to the next level. They are a world-class organization that is truly setting themselves apart in the metal AM marketplace.”

The two EOS metal AM systems are both four-laser platforms designed for serial production, with the newest EOS M 300 series designed for integration into a digital manufacturing environment with configurable and scalable equipment architecture while delivering a productivity increase said to be between four to 10 times compared to existing mid-frame systems.

“Our customers require the highest-performance, highest quality components and we feel partnering with EOS—the metal AM industry pioneers and leaders in DMLS—provides us with the capabilities we need to meet market demands now and in the next few years,” says Ryan Coniam, president of Visser Precision. “Nearly anyone nowadays can 3D print something in metal, the trick is repeatability while meeting and maintaining quality and our investments with EOS mean we can deliver that to our customers.”



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