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EOS Integra P 400 3D Printer Offers User-Friendly Features

Rapid 2019: EOS North America’s Integra P 400 3D printer is designed to meet the demand for plastic additive manufacturing.
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EOS North America’s Integra P 400 3D printer is designed to meet the demand for plastic additive manufacturing. The Integra P 400’s array of user-friendly features offer productivity, software controls, material compatibility and simple serviceability, the company says.

Live demonstrations of the new EOS North America system will be available at Rapid 2019 in Detroit, Michigan, May 20-23.

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