21 - 23 Jun 2022 International trade fair for laser material processing
12.03.2018 - 12:56

EOS together with UseTree receives iF DESIGN AWARD

EOS, a world's leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, jointly with UseTree, the partner for UX design development, is proud to announce that it won the iF DESIGN AWARD 2018 in the Apps / Software category for the intuitive user interface of their EOSPRINT 2 software.

The iF DESIGN AWARD, organized by iF International Forum Design GmbH since 1953, is among the most prestigious and largest design competitions in the world. It is recognized as a symbol of design excellence and for this year's award welcomed over 6,400 submissions from 54 countries. 

The EOSPRINT 2 software user interface won over the 63-member jury, made up of independent experts from all over the world, with its intuitive and open approach. The jurors were convinced that it truly supports engineers in their daily work and is a great example of how complex processes become more accessible through design, as such empowering the users.

Industrial 3D Printing as provided by EOS is changing the way companies design and manufacture their products. Providing freedom of design, the technology e.g. enables highly individualized products in the medical industry as well as serial production of high quality components in the automotive and aerospace industry. It is currently one of the key drivers toward the digitalized factory of the future. It is game changer as it enables companies to react in a more flexible way towards ever shorter innovation cycles and changing market requirements. The technology supports companies in both protecting their existing business against an ever tougher competitive environment and in developing completely new business areas. 

As part of their software suite, EOS with EOSPRINT 2 is offering an intuitive, open and productive data preparation tool designed to assign and optimize build parameters for CAD data for industrial 3D printing on EOS systems. The software defines the exact path the laser takes during the part build process, as such influencing surface finish, tensile strength and build speed. 

Further information: www.eos.info

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