The additional EOSINT M 270 joins the EOSINT M270 & M280 machines currently being used at GPI to build metal parts using additive manufacturing.

The addition of a third machine from EOS expandsGPI's DMLS material selection to include aluminium. GPI now offers six material choices for DMLS, including stainless steel (GP1 & PH1), titanium (Ti64), cobalt chrome (MP1), maraging steel (MS1) and nickel alloy (IN718). GPI is in the testing phase for aluminium and will be dedicating the EOSINT M280 machine to aluminium parts in the next month.

GPI has also received its International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Registration. ITAR regulates the export and import of Us military and defence related equipment and information and companies receiving this certification have corporate procedures and controls in place to ensure compliance.  The ITAR Registration allows GPI to support military and defence-related projects in the US.