EOS will be showcasing a range of its 3D printing systems at additive manufacturing (AM) event Formnext, taking place from 13–16 November in Frankfurt, Germany.

This includes its LaserProFusion technology which it says can enables volume runs that can compete with injection molding.

On 14 November, at 12.30 pm, Dr Angelo Grubisic will be demonstrating the Daedalus Mark 1, a jet suit partially made of metal and polymer components produced using EOS 3D printing technology.

EOS will be also showing its EOS M 300-4 3D printing machine, reportedly the first system of the new M 300 series of metal printers.

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