EOS P 396 SLS-Printer

Vienna University of Technology

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Large equipment

Short Description

EOS P 396 is a system for additive manufacturing from polymer materials (PA).

Additive manufacturing is a comprehensive term for all processes for the fast and cost-effective production of models, samples, prototypes, tools and end products. This production takes place directly on the basis of the computer-internal data models (transfer usually via the STL interface) from formless (liquids, gels/pastes, powders, etc.) or form-neutral (strip, wire, sheet) material by means of chemical and/or physical processes. Although shaping processes are often involved, a specific product does not require special tools that have stored the respective geometry of the workpiece (for example, casting moulds).


Construction volume: 340x340x600mm

Contact Person

Andreas Schütz

Research Services

In connection with additive manufacturing, various research services are offered in the fields of product development and engineering, manufacturing technology (incl. process automation) and material sciences.

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

The entire process chain can be mapped, from the acquisition or creation of the geometry data, the optimisation of production to post-processing. A wide variety of plastics can be processed (PA).

Allocation to Core Facility

TU Vienna Pilot Factory - Industry 4.0

Technischer Angestellter
Andreas Schütz
E057-03 Fachbereich Pilotfabrik
+43 664 605883122
andreas.schuetz@tuwien.ac.at
https://www.pilotfabrik.at
Individual agreement