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Addictive Manufacturing Technology: EOS is said to offer Training and Show People what this Tech is about

Addictive Manufacturing Technology: EOS is said to offer Training and Show People what this Tech is about

The global technology leader, EOS is known for its 3D printing of metals and polymers. It knows the potential what India has and that is why it is now working on numerous OEMs so that it can set up training programs and consultancies in the country. EOS is aiming to raise everyone’s knowledge on a higher platform to obtain addictive technology. The Country Manager, Anand Prakasam of EOS India did say that he thinks it is very much essential to provide knowledge to the people on higher platforms to make them understand what it does. So the OEMs institutes like SIPET, CTDC, IGTR and many like these have created a curriculum that will be used to transfer engineers including corporate officials.

Further, the firm also feels that there is a need for people to understand what additive manufacturing is. Although people do know that addictive will do something to the market but the problem is that people don’t know what exactly it is. That is where the company is trying to show what it actually is. Let us see if this message from EOS reaches the right people.


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