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bySarah SaundersJan 10, 20183D Printers3D Printing3D Printing MaterialsBusiness

, one of the top suppliers of industrial metal and polymer 3D printers, had abusy 2017, with the introduction of anew 3D printer and software updates, anew materialandmetal powder handling system, anew CEO, andmultiplenewpartnerships. Today, the German company is announcing two more collaborations with companies interested in using its metal 3D printing solutions to optimize their own products; the first of these is with technology companyContinental AG, which develops innovative services and technologies for the sustainable and connected mobility of people.

Continental was founded in 1871, and offers efficient and affordable solutions for vehicles, machines, and traffic. The company is investing in industrial 3D printing for the serial production of high-quality metal parts, and has purchased severalEOS M 290metal 3D printing systems.

The EOS M 290, with a build volume of 250 x 250 x 325 mm, allows for the flexible, cost-effective, and rapid production of high-performance metal 3D printed components from CAD data. For the purposes of industrial manufacturing projects, the system offers an intuitive user interface, improved filter system, and an intelligent software concept, which combines both open and standardized parameter sets.

The reliable systems solution portfolio comes with quality management and software solutions for data preparation, and works with a wide range of validated materials, so users can deploy 3D printing to efficiently address production challenges. Continental will use the EOS metal 3D printing systems to produce high-quality metal components in series, and it has also received support from EOS in not only installing the systems and launching manufacturing capacities, but also in developing applications and training employees how to use the EOS M 290.

We are very proud of our joint project with Continental and look forward to supporting the customer throughout every stage of the project, said Markus Glasser, Senior Vice President Region Export at EOS. In particular, the strong spirit of teamwork between our two companies was a key criterion in Continentals decision to work together with EOS. We will also be very happy to provide Continental with any assistance it may need in other fascinating projects going forward.

Within two months, EOS had installed the M 290 systems at the Continental plants, and helped the staff get started on its additive manufacturing capacities.

EOS has also announced a partnership with 3D metal service provider Integrated 3D Manufacturing (i3D), in order to help the company expand its metal AM production capabilities in the wake of customer demand. The company has grown its customer base by 60% year over year since it was founded in 2013, and is a preferred provider for design engineers and R&D firms looking for cost-effective manufacturing solutions for 3D metal printed parts.

i3D specializes in the aerospace industry, specifically in the the production of spacecraft components, and uses open parameter sets for its direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) equipment to achieve superior surface finishes and create complex part geometries. The company already owns six other DMLS systems from EOS, including anEOSINT M 280and five M 290s, and has brought that number up to seven, with its latest acquisition of the high-throughputEOS M 400-4.

3D metal printing is no longer future technology, it is now and our customers are moving at a rapid pace to take advantage of what true AM brings. Just a few years ago, scalability was a question the AM industry needed to answer, said i3Ds CEO Erin Stone. With platforms as robust as the EOS M 400-4, we have a solid tool to address those concerns and were delivering both capacity and quality to industries that demand highly engineered parts, such as aerospace, energy and medical.

With a large build volume of 400 x 400 x 400 mm, the ultra-fast EOS M 400-4, which can work with a wide range of metal materials, uses its four lasers to offer four times the productivity. It has a smart process flow, with flexible software tools and an intuitive user interface, and offers easy handling through a high degree of operation and workflow automation.

Integrated 3D Manufacturing (i3D) team in front of their new EOS M 400-4 DMLS system, expanding their metal AM production capabilities to seven.

i3D brings AM scalability to the market, connecting organizations of all sizes through cost-effective metal 3D printing, and is the first AM service provider in the western US to purchase the EOS M 400-4, which will allow the company to complement their current technology with large-frame metal 3D printing capabilities and meet the market demand.

The EOS M 400-4 is for serious 3D printing at a serial production level. i3D now has a very impressive DMLS line-up that makes them a formidable player in the market. Their strengths go deeper than the technology and their talented team brings know-how to drive results for their customers, said Andrew Snow, Senior Vice President of EOS North America. We couldnt be happier for i3D another great example of bringing AM to mainstream manufacturing.

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PrinterEvolution Eos Series

With its industrial build and complete print-to-sublimate capabilities, the Eos DS Series of digital textile dye sublimation printers is ideally suited for high capacity soft signage printing. It offers print shops a fast, high-quality textile printer with an in-line sublimation unit so that your prints are color-fast and ready to ship when they roll off the printer.

Industrial built digital textile dye sublimation printer.

On-board true calender with pressure, timing and heat.

Two versions 100 (2.5 meter) and 126 (3.2 meter) print widths.

Ricoh Gen-4 variable drop printheads.

Upgradable to Ricoh Gen5 variable drop printheads.

14-week lead time from receipt of deposit.

The Eos is available in 100 or 126 sizes to accommodate the needs and footprint availability for most printshops.

True sublimation calender built into the printer so that directly from the printer, the finished print could be immersed in water with no ink bleed or color loss.

The Eos can heat the front or the back of print media with its true in-line calender that utilizes even, consistent heat and pressure rather than a toaster style sublimation

Unlike many competitive products, the Eos can print on standard digital textile fabrics as well as specialty materials, such as open weave and stretch.

Eos printers use a uniquely designed trough system fitted with a sponge and ink pad that absorb any ink that passes through the fabric when printing on mesh and other open weave materials without marking the backside with blow-by ink.

For stretchable fabrics like PowerStretch and sports textiles, the Eos uses a cork-covered cylinder to spread and hold the fabric in place, maintaining perfect, precise print quality.

The engineering of the media handling system includes four drive motors, two precision stepping motors and synchronized dancing rollers that automatically fine tune the tension during the media feeding process to ensure exact movement. This is far superior to low-end pinch rollers used in other systems.

The cork roller can be adjusted to apply additional tension to digital fabrics, creating uniformity on stretch and standard materials for precise print and sublimation.

Roll-to-Sheet Attachment consists of two pinch rollers that apply constant tension on the material, allowing the operator to remove finished prints as they come off of the machine instead of being spooled onto a takeup reel.

In-line cutting The optional inline cutting system uses six adjustable cold-knife blades to cut the fabric after sublimation. This allows the operator to print several jobs at once and separate them into batches as they come off the printer, decreasing finishing time and increasing productivity.

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CAB EOS1 Configuration Manual

Thermal / transfer printer (55 pages)

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Thermal / thermal transfer windows label printer (40 pages)

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Configuration Manual Label Printer…

Edition: 02/2012 – Part No. 9009272 Copyright This documentation as well as translation hereof are property of cab Produkttechnik GmbH & Co. KG. The replication, conversion, duplication or divulgement of the whole manual or parts of it for other intentions than its original intended purpose demand the previous written authorisation by cab.

Table of Contents Introduction ……………………….4 Connecting Label Printer to Computer ………………..5 Connecting Label Printer via Ethernet Interface ………………5 Connecting Label Printer via USB Interface ………………… 6 Connecting Label Printer via Optional RS-232 Interface …………….. 6 Setting Up a WLAN Connection ………………….. 7 Setting Up a Bluetooth Connection ………………….

Introduction Important information and instructions in this documentation are designated as follows: Danger! Draws your attention to an exceptionally grave, impending danger to your health or life. Warning! Indicates a hazardous situation that could lead to injuries or material damage. Attention! Draws attention to possible dangers, material damage or loss of quality.

Connecting Label Printer to Computer Choose from the following options for connecting a computer to the label printer: Direct connection to the Ethernet interface (4) 2.1 on page 5. Connection via a computer network to the Ethernet interface (4) 2.1 on page 5. …

Connecting Label Printer to Computer 2.1.1 Print Services Raw-IP and LPR/LPD in MS Windows Install a standard TCP/IP port as additional port for printing. During installation of the new port choose between Raw and LPR Raw-IP: Enter the same port address in the printer which you have selected during installation. …

Connecting Label Printer to Computer Setting Up a WLAN Connection To set up a WLAN connection a WLAN USB Adapter (Part No. 5906225 ) is required. 1. Connect the WLAN USB adapter to an USB master interface. 2. Start the Offline menu. 3.

Offline Menu Structure of the Offline Menu The offline menu contains setting options on several levels for configuring the label printer. In addition, the offline menu features test functions for supporting the configuration or checking the function of the label printer. Using status functions, the set parameters can be displayed or printed.

Offline Menu Navigating in the Offline Menu Select in the start display to start the Offline menu. Return from a submenu Status line Menu title Leaving the Offline menu Jump into a submenu Start of the Offline menu Fig. 2 Navigating in the Offline Menu Cancel Confirm…

Offline Menu Service Key A service key is required for accessing special service functions not accessible to the operator. This key switches the printer to service mode and enables: Access to additional configuration parameters Resetting of the service counter …

Configuration Configuration via Control Panel A host of parameters for configuring the printer are found in the Setup menu of the offline menu. Configure the printer via the control panel during initial commissioning and when making major changes to the operational conditions.

Configuration 4.1.2 Machine Parameters Start Offline menu. Select Setup Machine param.. Parameter Meaning Default Printhead pos. X 0,0 mm Shifting of the entire print image perpendicular to the direction of paper flow. The absolute shifting is limited by the margins of the print zone. Those are determined by the width of the printing line on the printhead.

Configuration 4.1.3 Print Parameters Start Offline menu. Select Setup Print param.. Parameter Meaning Default Heat level The Heat level setting only affects the test printouts and print jobs without heat level definition in the software. Otherwise the heat level defined in the software is used. Print speed 50 mm/s Basic print speed setting.

Configuration Parameter Meaning Default Reprint option Printing of another label with the information of the previous print job by touching . This function can be executed until the print buffer is cleared with Protocol error On: Printer switches to Error mode when unknown or faulty data is received.

Configuration 4.1.4 Interfaces Start Offline menu. Select Setup Interfaces. Parameter Meaning Default Network Configuration parameters of the network interfaces Additional configuration parameters for the network interfaces can be accessed via the web interface Setup Tab on page 19. …

Configuration 4.1.5 Status Line Select the parameters (widgets) to be displayed in Ready mode. Start Offline menu. Select Setup Status line. Activate the desired widgets. Notice! Because of the limited width of the display it is not possible to display all widgets simultaneously. Widget Meaning Default…

Configuration Configuration via the Web Interface The parameters accessible via the control panel can also be set via the web interface contained in the firmware of the printer. In addition, other parameters for the Ethernet and WLAN interfaces are accessible there. The printer web interface can be accessed with a browser (e.g.

Configuration Status tab Fig. 5 Status tab on the printer web interface The following information is contained in the left top section of the Status tab: Printer type Firmware version Serial number of the PCB CPU Operative time of the printer …

Configuration Setup tab On the Setup tab all the configuration parameters can be set which are also accessible via the control panel in the Setup menu. In addition, other parameters for the Ethernet interface or the WLAN interface can be set (see below). Fig.

Configuration The following parameters for the Ethernet or WLAN interface can only be accessed via the web interface: Parameter Meaning Default Raw-IP-Port 9100 Service for printing on the network 2.1.1 on page 6. Select a predefined port address. Activation of the network printing service LPD …

Configuration Notifications tab The Notifications tab allows to send status and error messages automatically to a SNMP manager or via e-mail to selected addresses via the Ethernet interface or WLAN. Furthermore sounds can be assigned to the several messages. Fig. 7 Notifications…

Configuration Devices tab The Devices tab provides an overview of the most important hardware components installed in the printer and the optional devices connected. Fig. 9 Devices tab on the web interface The contents of the display correspond with those of the Device list and are described in table 13 on page 27. Fonts tab The most important parameters of the fonts available in the printer are listed on the Fonts…

Exit the Short status menu with Close. The following parameters are displayed in the Short status menu: Line Meaning Example EOS1/300 Printer type Firmware V4.02 Version number and creation date of the printer operating system Sep 02 2011 (firmware)

If the printout is to occur using thermal transfer printing, insert transfer ribbon with the maximum width. Start Offline menu. Select Test Status print. The printout can be cancelled with Status print Fri Sep 23 09:46:51 2011 EOS1/300 Firmware V4.02 (Sep 21, 2011) – 0 Local settings WLAN Access-Point Language…

Test Functions The Status print contains the following information : Symbol Information Date and time of the printout Device type Version and creation date of the firmware Serial number of the PCB CPU Current values of selected local settings 4.1.1 on page 11. Current values of selected machine parameters …

If the printout is to occur using thermal transfer printing, insert transfer ribbon with the maximum width. Start Offline menu. Select Test Font list. The printout can be cancelled with Font list Fri Sep 23 11:27:49 2011 EOS1/300 Firmware V4.02 (Sep 21, 2011) – 0 Name Type Description _DEF1…

The printout can be cancelled with Device list Gerteliste Fri Sep 23 11:40:05 2011 USB [6] SMI Corporation/USB DISK EOS1/300 [2/1] Full AA545, Rev. 1.00 Firmware V4.02 (Sep 21, 2011) – 0 Mfr. 090C, ID: 1000, Class: 08/06, Protocol: 50 Name…

If the printout is to occur using thermal transfer printing, insert transfer ribbon with the maximum width. Start Offline menu. Select Test WiFi status. The printout can be cancelled with WiFi status Fri Sep 23 12:53:54 2011 EOS1/300 Firmware V4.02 (Sep 21, 2011) – 0 Channel Name/BSS ID Signal level Encryption …

Test Functions ASCII Dump Mode ASCII Dump Mode offers the option of checking incoming control sequences at an interface. The commands are printed out as text. In addition, a corresponding error message is printed out immediately after an error occurs. The printout occurs using the heat level and print speed specified in the Setup …

If the printout is to occur using thermal transfer printing, insert transfer ribbon with the maximum width. Start the diagram printout with Continue. The printout can be cancelled with Mon Sep 26 13:26:04 2011 EOS1/300 Firmware V4.02 (Sep 26, 2011) – 0 Peripheral device : None 50 mm/s – Gap Sensor 32 (23-46), Max 704 71.35mm – …

If the printout is to occur using thermal transfer printing, insert transfer ribbon with the maximum width. Start Offline menu. Select Test Event log. Event log Mon Sep 26 15:41:57 2011 EOS1/300 Firmware V4.02 (Sep 26, 2011) – 0 Date Description 06.05.11 14:06 Clear service counters 31.05.11 08:53…

Service Functions Firmware Update from Storage Device Notice! The firmware file can be obtained from the internet. Access only with storage device defined as Default storage ! 1. Select Setup Interfaces Default Storage USB Memory 4.1.4 on page 15. 2.

Service Functions Save Settings Access only with storage device defined as Default storage ! With the Save settings function the printer configuration can be saved to a storage device (USB flash drive, Internal Flash File System). The configuration will be saved as XML file in the folder \MISC of the storage device. The current date is used as file name YYYYMMDD.XML (e.g.

Service Functions Reset Service Counter Access only with service key inserted! The printer has total and service counters. Total counter: The total counter contains the values for the entire service life of the printer up to now. The values of the total counter are displayed in the Short status and in the Status print.

Service Functions Save Log files Access only with storage device defined as Default storage ! The function Save log files saves a file with the name export.log on the storage device. That file contains the printer settings and the executed processes since the last startup. The function supports the firmware programmer in localizing errors.

After logging on the FTP server is accessible in a manner similar to a Windows folder. FTP Printing Label files in cab JScript format ( Programming Manual) can be printed directly via FTP connection: Establish a FTP connection with the user name ftpprint and the defined password (Default: print).

FTP Printer Management FTP Firmware Update FTP allows to carry out a firmware update: Establish a FTP connection with the user name ftpadmin and the defined password (Default: admin). An empty folder of the FTP server will be shown. …

Storage Devices Label descriptions, graphics, fonts, and database information can be saved for the long-term on memory media. Notice! Always create a backup copy of external devices in case of a malfunction. Suitable Storage Devices External Devices USB flash drive at USB master interface. Internal Devices …

Storage Devices Writing The storage devices can be written to in several ways. The most functionally secure way is writing to the storage device via a data interface. Attention! The device selected as Default storage is written to by default. To write to another device specify the path name of the device in the file name (…

Storage Devices 8.5.2 Printing Directory The Print directory function creates a list of the files stored on the default storage device. 1. Insert printable medium (labels, endless paper) which extends across the entire printing width. 2. If the printout is to occur using thermal transfer printing, insert transfer ribbon with the maximum width. 3.

External Keyboard An external keyboard or a compatible input device (e.g. barcode scanner) can be connected directly to the printer. Using an external keyboard facilitates the entry of variable data while processing print jobs and printing from storage devices. Input prompts and the data received from the keyboard are shown in the display. Connecting External Keyboard Any HID compatible USB keyboard can be connected to the printer.

Index Service key ……..10 Setup tab ……….19 Activating a PIN ……..16 Handshake ……..15 Shifting print image ……12 ASCII dump mode ……8, 29 Heat level……….13 Short status ……..23 Status line ……..8, 16 Backfeed………..13 IFFS ……….15 Status print ……..8, 24 Backfeed position ……12 IP …………15 Status tab ………18 Barcode error……..14…

EOS launches IPCM M pro materials handling solution for M 290 3D printer

EOS presents new periphery module IPCM M pro for easy and secure material handling.

EOS, a leading company in the field of industrial 3D printing, has launched a supporting material handling solution for itsEOS M 290platform.

Presenting the metal 3D printing system and accompanyingIPCM M promaterial handling system atEMO Hannover, EOS has sought to simplify industrial 3D printing and make it a more attractive method of manufacturing.

IPCM M pro can connect to the EOS M 290 via coupling points inside the machines special process chamber door. With both systems working in tandem, users can benefit by the fast and safe transportation of materials out of the M 290, sieving it prior to its refill back into the printer.

The material not fused during the build is the material at focus during this process. Thanks to the IPCM M pro, material can be conveyed out of the M 290 without the process chamber door being opened, and thus without the operator coming into direct contact with it. It works with a vacuum pump moving the powder out of the M 290 and into the IPCM M pro, where it is sieved in inert gas at a throughput of 120 kilograms of material in 30 minutes. With the material coming out the other side ready to use for a new building process, the powder cycle starts anew.

EOS M 290 system has been installed over 500 times worldwide, according to the company, and now with the IPCM M pro to support it, and make the production process easier and safer, a continued rate of adoption is expected at EOS HQ.

Industrial 3D printing has proven its worth as a manufacturing method across industries and is being increasingly used for serial production, said Dr Tobias Abeln, Chief Technical Officer at EOS. Companies should therefore consider now how they could make best use of the technology to strengthen their business. The EOS portfolio gives companies one single source for all the elements they need to successfully set up and leverage additive manufacturing to meet the challenges of production with an established, future-proof technology.

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Canon EOS-300D Digital Rebel

Canon has today announced the EOS Digital Rebel (US name) / EOS-300D (Rest of world) / Kiss Digital (Japan name). This six megapixel digital SLR is essentially a feature reduced EOS-10D in the EOS-300s silver body (plastic). It will have a body only priced of $900 in the US, 1,100 in Europe and 120,000 YEN (US$1,013 / 911) in Japan. This camera will be available as a body only kit or a with lens kit, the latter will include a new 18 – 55 mm EF-S lens which has been optimized for the size of the D-SLR sensor (sounds familiar).

Although rumours have been floating around in the public domain for the last few days, Canon chose to take the unusual step of not pre-disclosing any information to us or any of the major publications prior to announcement. This despite our never breaking an embargo or NDA made with them or any other manufacturer. Hence we have not had the usual preparation time in which to produce our detailed analysis of this camera. Canon has not yet supplied sample cameras, so no previews are available.

Amstelveen, The Netherlands, August 20, 2003 – Canon, a leader in photographic and imaging technology, today launches the EOS 300D 6.3 Megapixel digital SLR. The lightest and most compact digital EOS camera ever is expected to ship with a price of approximately 1,200 EURO.

Canon expects 400-500% growth in the digital SLR segment from 2002 to 2003 in terms of shipping volume2, says Hiroshi Komatsuzaki, Head of Canon Consumer Imaging Europe. The EOS 300D will play a key strategic role in this growth. By dropping the price so significantly, Canon is very deliberately putting high performance EOS digital technology into the hands of the consumer at a time of accelerating demand for high performance digital cameras.

The EOS 300D bundles proven high performance technologies (such as seven-point, high-speed predictive auto focus, 2.5 frame per second burst rate, 35-zone metering and DIGIC image processor) into a camera affordable to everybody.

Canon has declared the EOS 300D to be the single most important consumer SLR since the AE1 in 1976. Just as the AE1 triggered an SLR revolution by being the worlds first camera with an embedded microcomputer, Canon believes the EOS 300D will be seen as the point in history when the SLR market shifted irrevocably to digital.

Precision optics, unrivalled sensor quality

At the front end of the EOS 300D is the lens system and digital sensor. Film EOS users considering the move to digital will be pleased to learn the EOS 300D works seamlessly with any of Canons renowned EF lenses, of which there are currently more than 60.

An APS-C sized sensor gives the camera a 1.6x magnification over 35mm film format. In order to furnish EOS 300D customers with the equivalent 28 90mm zoom range so popular with 35mm film EOS users, a new EF S 18 55 f/3.5 5.6 lens32 has been specially developed. This lens takes advantage of the compact sensor size, employing a short back focus system which mounts the lens closer to the sensor than previous models. This provides high-quality images in a remarkably low-weight, short-length lens.

The 6.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor is almost identical to that found in the EISA award-winning EOS 10D which remains the benchmark for image quality. ISO speeds of 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1600 are selectable, giving film users a film speed range with which they will be comfortable.

The EOS 300D is the first digital EOS camera to support the vendor-independant PictBridge print standard from launch date. Lab-quality prints can now be produced without the need for a computer by directly connecting the EOS 300D to compatible photo printers via standard USB cable. A large 1.8 LCD is used to select and review photographs to be printed and set print variables.

Fast image processing with superb results

Underpinning the cameras technical superiority is Canons high-speed DIGIC (Digital Image Core) processor. In the days of film, image processing was the role of film companies and mini-labs. With digital, the critical role of image processing must be handled by the camera. Complex algorithms required to accurately process functions such as white balance and color rendition are integrated into the DIGIC processor, resulting in high quality images with no trade-off in camera responsiveness. A great digital image requires both quality raw ingredients and quality processing says Komatsuzaki. Superior lens and sensor technologies ensure the best raw ingredients. It is what DIGIC does with these that gives the EOS 300D the edge.

7 selectable focusing points give an ultra wide AF area generally only found in advanced SLRs. Focusing modes include One-Shot AF (for fast, accurate single-shot focusing), and AI AF which can automatically switch to AI servo AF for continuous tracking of subject movement – well suited to sports photography. A Manual Focus override is selectable from the lens.

The EOS 300D boasts 35 zone TTL metering, essentially covering the full frame. Three metering modes (evaluative, partial, and centre weighted average) assure balanced exposures in every situation. Along with the full range of automated and manual shooting modes expected in a high-end SLR, the EOS 300D features Programmed Image Control modes such as Night Portrait, Sports, Close-up, Landscape, Portrait and Flash OFF. A built-in automatic flash pops up nearly 90mm above the optical axis to lessen the chance of red-eye for better flash photos.

The EOS 300D is superbly specified to deliver outstanding results in virtually any shooting situation. The camera has a shutter speed range of 1/4000 – 30 seconds, bulb and high speed x-sync at 1/200s. Simultaneous recording to both RAW and JPEG (middle/fine) formats is possible, while 2GB and higher CompactFlash cards, Types I and II, are supported. Optional wired or infra red wireless remote control is available. Adobe RGB has been added to the standard sRGB colour space. There are seven Auto White Balance settings (such as cloudy, tungsten, fluorescent, etc.) plus custom White Balance and +/- 3 stop White Balance Bracketing (WB-BKT).

Comprehensive accessories, software and online access

The EOS 300D comes complete with battery pack, charger, USB cable, video cable, wide embroidered anti-slip neck strap. Purchase of the EOS 300D entitles customers to membership of the CANON iMAGE GATEWAY web portal for a 100 MB online photo album for image uploads. A full software suite is included for handling image file transfers between camera and computer, managing and printing files, and preview and conversion of RAW image files. PhotoStitch is included for seamless merging of panorama shots.

(Body only) US: $899 (Canon Rebel Digital)

EU: 1,099 (Canon EOS-300D)

UK: 899(Canon EOS-300D)

(Lens kit: Body & 18-55 mm lens) US: $999

Built-in fixed low-pass filter

6.5 million total pixels (3152 x 2068)

6.3 million effective pixels (3072 x 2048)

3072 x 2048 JPEG Normal: 1.8 MB

2048 x 1360 JPEG Fine: 1.8 MB

2048 x 1360 JPEG Normal: 1.2 MB

1536 x 1024 JPEG Fine: 1.4 MB

One shot AF (Portrait, Landscape, Macro, Night Scene, A-DEP)

Evaluative 35-zone (All modes except M)

Partial 9% at center (Also with AE-Lock in P, Tv, Av, M, A-Dep)

30 – 1/4000 sec (0.3 EV steps)

Magnification: 0.88x (-1 diopter with 50 mm lens at infinity)

Dioptric adjustment: -3.0 to +1.0 diopter

Exposure Level / Compensation

Modes: Auto, Manual Flash On/ Off, Red-Eye Reduction

Continuous: 2.5 fps up to 4 frames

Canon Bubble Jet Printers with direct print function

Automatically writes FAT16/FAT32 depending on capacity

Single image with info (inc. histogram)

Magnified view (1.5 – 10x in 15 steps, browsable)

CR2025 Lithium battery (date/time backup)

142 x 99 x 72 mm (5.6 x 3.9 x 2.8 in)

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Canon EOS 60D Review

60D is Canons latest addition to theirline and sits between the Digital Rebel T2i and7D in terms of both price and features. The 60D presumably is intended to eventually supersede the50Dthough the 50D is still listed as a current model on Canons web page. The60Ds features are a mix of those from the old7Dwith a few entirely new features seen for the first time on the

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An 18MP sensor with 4 channel readout. Very similar to the sensor found in the T2i and

7D, though the 7D has 8 channel readout to speed up operation.

Full HD video at the same selectable resolutions and frame rates as the Rebel T2i/7D. Manual exposure setting is possible.

There is a wind filter which can be used when recording audio along with video. The built-in mic is mono, but there is a jack for a stereo mic. There is manual

control over audio volume (64 steps), but changes cannot be made during shooting.

The AF system has the 9 points found in the Rebel T2i, but all are cross (dual axis) sensors as in the 50D. The 7D has a more advanced AF system with 19 cross type sensors.

63 zone metering as in the Rebel T2i and 7D

The viewfinder has 96% coverage (the 7D is 100%).

range is 100-6400 plus H (12800), same as the T2i and 7D.

cards like the T2i. The 7D uses CF cards.

Canon has abandoned the BP-511 battery of the 50D in favor of the LP-E6 which is used

The maximum frame rate is 5.7 frames per second (fps), between the 3.7 fps of the T2i and the 8 fps of the 7D

has a 3:2 aspect ratio and Canons current (and excellent) anti reflection

doesnt help much for conventional still photography, but it can be very useful in Live

The weathersealing is somewhere between that of the T2i and the

7D. Its not super weather sealed, and its not designed to be used in heavy rain, but it shouldnt quit if

The shutter is good for 100,000 cycles. Max speed is 1/8000s and sync is 1/250s

There is an electronic level, but only for the horizontal axis. The 7D has both

start/stop button. When not in video mode, the button starts and stops Live

The mode dial has a locking button in the center which must be pressed before rotating the dial to change modes. This makes it harder to nudge the dial and inadvertently change modes. Hopefully Canon learned their lesson with the A2, which had a similar, but notoriously fragile, mode change locking button.

The on/off switch is now directly below the mode control dial (as in the

The buffer should be good for about 58 JPEGs or 16

images. Better then the T2i, not quite as good as the

The 4 way controller used for menu selection, AF zone selection etc. is now incorporated inside the rear

Last, but certainly not least is the

60D list price of $1099 (though its now discounted to below $1000).

You can look at theEOS60D as a Rebel T2i but with a better viewfinder, better AF, higher frame rate, a tilt and swivelLCD, an electronic level, a rearQCD, a larger capacity battery and overall better ergonomics. Alternative you can look at the 60D as anEOS7D, but with a less advanced AF system, less weather sealing, a slower frame rate, no vertical electronic level, no AF microadjustment, a smallerJPEGbuffer and using anSDcard rather than CF. The primary unique feature of theEOS60D is the tilt and swivelLCDscreen.

Its notable that all threeEOSmodels (T2i, 60D and 7D) have the same size and resolution sensor (18MPAPS-C). The T2i and 60D sensors are essentially identical, while that of the 7D uses a more advanced data readout system to enable faster data download for higher frame rates.

TheEOS60D is arguably the most capable of all theEOSDSLRs when it comes to shooting video. Not only does it have anLCDthat swings out, tilts and swivels, but it also has a full set of video modes, from 1080p HD to standardVGAwith selectable frame rates:

Full HD 19201080, at either 24fps (actual 23.976) or 30fps (actual 29.97). In

mode, either 24fps (actual 23.976) or 25fps (actual 25.00)

HD 1280720, at either 60 fps (actual 59.94) or 50fps (actual 50.00)

Standard definition 640480, at either 60fps (actual 59.94) or 50 fps (actual 50.00)

Crop mode: 640480, at 60 or 50 fps crops the video image so you record with effectively about 7x the magnification youd get in other video recording sizes. This feature is shared with the current Canon

The variable-angleLCDmonitor is very useful for video applications. It can be angled to shield it from bright sunlight or adjusted for comfortably shooting overhead or floor-level shots. The monitors slightly wider 3:2 aspect ratio means a larger image during video shooting, whether in HD with its 16:9 ratio, or in standard-def mode. The high resolution display has over 1 million dot resolution.

In addition theEOS60D also has excellent audio features including:

A built-in microphone (mono), with standard 3.5mm stereo jack for external microphones

Choice of automatic or manual recording level control for sound (in manual, the user can select from a 64-step range to maintain consistent recording levels, depending on ambient conditions). Sound recording can also be disabled completely.

Built-in Wind Filter (selectable in sound recording menu, when in video mode). The filter can easily be switched on or off (default setting is off)

Exposure control can be either manual or fully automatic (where the camera choosesISO, aperture and shutter speed). In manual mode you can choose shutter speed and aperture and the camera will selectISO, or you can set all three parameters (shutter, aperture andISO) manually. Shutter speeds range from 1/30s (at 24 or 30fps) or 1/60s (at 50 or 60 fps) to a maximum of 1/4000s.

TheEOS60D also has an in-camera movie editing feature, allowing users to shorten a video file by clipping segments from the beginning or the end, removing unwanted portions of video without the need for downloading to a PC and using video editing software.

The built in electronic level of theEOS60D can be set to display an artificial horizon type display on theLCDwhich shows when the camera is level with an accuracy of about 1 degree. This can be used before (but not during) shooting to setup the camera.

Heres a sample HD video shot with anEOS60D.

TheEOS60D has the typical small built in flash that all the non-professional CanonEOSDSLRs have, The guide number is 43/13 (ISO100, in feet/meters) and it covers the area of view of a 17mm lens (on theAPS-C frame). However in addition to its function of providing flash illumination it has a second function which may be of more interest to more advanced photographers. The pop-up flash of theEOS60D can control multiple external speedlites (as long as they have wireless slave capability, like the 430EX II and 580EX II). The built in flash acts as a master controller by emitting a series of brief coded optical pulses which send information to external speedlites telling them when to flash and how much flash power to use.

The degree of flash control is quite extensive. The built in flash can control a single external speedlite or multiple external speedlites. The speedlites can be arranged in three groups (A, B and C) and each group can contain multiple speedlites. All the speedlites in all three groups can be fired at once if a large amount of flash power is required. The A and B groups can also be controlled independently to provide different flash fill ratios (all slave flashes in the same group are set to the same fill ratio). The built in flash can also be set to fire along with the external speedlites if desired.

A outputs 8X more light than B (a three-stop difference)

A outputs 4X more light than B (a two-stop difference)

A outputs 2X more light than B (a one-stop difference)

B outputs 2X more light than A (a one-stop difference)

B outputs 4X more light than A (a two-stop difference)

B outputs 8X more light than A (a three-stop difference)

The external speedlites can also be set to fire using manual flash power settings or to use flash exposure compensation. Again different settings can be used for groups A and B.

Four different channels are available for speedlite control. This allows up to 4 different photographers to control 4 sets of external speedlites in the same studio without interfering with each other. Note that the wireless control is optical and not radio, so each of the slave units must be able to see the master controller (in this case the built in flash on theEOS60D). They can sometimes see via a reflection indoors, but outdoors they need the optical sensor on the slave unit turned towards the controller, and its always to good idea to do that anyway for maximum range and reliability. The sensor is on the front of the external speedlites, but all compatible speedlites have heads which tilt and swivel, so although the body of the external speedlite may be facing theEOS60D controller, the flash head can be pointed in any direction.

TheEOS60D has a built in single axis electronic horizontal level. There are two readout modes. The first is reached by pressing the INFO button twice, and this displays a horizontal level on the rearLCD. The level looks something like a bank indicator on a aircraft. When the camera is level the horizontal line is green. When the camera is tilted, the line is red and the angle corresponds to the tilt angle. The resolution is 1 degree.

The second display mode is activated by setting a custom function which assigns level display to the SET button. Then, when the SET button is pressed there is a display in the viewfinder that indicates tilt. It uses the exposure level display. When the camera is level, a singleLEDsegment is lit in the center of the scale. As the camera is tilted additional segments light up showing the direction and amount of tilt. One additional lit segment corresponds to 1 additional degree of tilt.

The level display in the viewfinder cant be displayed at the same time as the normal display. That means if you level the camera with your eye to the viewfinder watching the level display and then 1/2 press the shutter to get exposure and focus, the display switches from level display to the normal metering mode.

The CanonEOS60D allows the user to processRAWfiles in the camera rather than using a PC and CanonsDPP(Digital Photo Professional) software. While the processing range isnt as extensive as that found inDPPit still allows quite a lot of image adjustment. The following functions are available:

Adjust overall brightness, in 1/3-stop increments

Choose Color Space (sRGB or Adobe 1998

recording quality (resolution, and choice of Fine/Normal compression)

Apply Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction (vignetting correction)

The processedRAWfile is saved back on the memory card as a newJPEG, but of course the originalRAWfile is not changed.

If you shootJPEGimages you can make resized copies in the camera. For example if you shoot the originalJPEGas a 5184 3456 image, you can make a resized copy in any of the following sizes:

The copy can be any size which is smaller than the originally shotJPEG. You can also select any image quality lower than or equal to that of the original

Photographers can also apply special effect filters toRAWandJPEGimages in the camera and save the results as a newJPEGfile. The following special effects can be applied:

This creates a B&W copy of an original color

file, and digitally adds noise for a grainy effect; contrast can be adjusted over a 3-step range)

This provides a soft focus look which can be effective with, fer example, portraits and certain types of landscapes. It is adjustable over a 3-step range

This is a special effect, designed to mimic the look of images created by some toy film cameras. It utilizes heavy vignetting, and users choice of natural color or a bluish-green or yellow-amber tint

This mimics the effect of using a tilt-shift lens with reverse or negative tilt, for extremely narrow zone of focus. Users can choose to have the zone of sharpness be horizontal or vertical and the zone of sharpness can be moved across the photograph)

TheEOS60D inherits the AF system of theEOS50D (andEOS40D). It has 9 AF zones in a diamond pattern, with each AF sensor being sensitive to both horizontal and vertical features (cross sensors). The pattern is the same as that of theEOST2i AF system, but on the T2i all the AF sensors except the central one are only linear sensors. TheEOS7D has a much improved AF system with with 19 high-precision, cross-type AF sensors and more advanced selection features.

As far as I could tell, the AF performance seems similar to that of theEOS50D, which is pretty good under most normal circumstances.

Handling theEOS60D was a familiar experience with the typical CanonDSLRuser interface. The menus have changed from the 50D and the control buttons have a different layout, but thats just a matter of getting used to them. Once you become familiar with them you may find them easier to use than was the case with the 50D. Video is particularly easy to shoot since theres a dedicated mode, a dedicated start/stop button and a tilt and swivelLCDwhich makes aiming the camera much easier than using a fixedLCDon the rear of the camera. at the time of this review theEOS60D is the onlyDSLRin the CanonEOSseries with a tilt-swivelLCD(but I dont expect that to be the case forever!).

In actual use I found the user interface worked well and I could quickly get at almost any function I needed with one button push and a menu selection (often using the Quick Control Button).

The image quality looks very much like the image quality of theEOS7D (andEOST2i). This is pretty much what youd expect since they all use the same basic sensor. There may be very slight sensor differences between the cameras, but nothing that appears to affect image quality to any appreciable extent. Theres no reason why the resolution should be any different from that of the T2i and 7D, given that the sensor size, pixel size and pixel spacing is the same for all three cameras

Noise performance is good and not significantly different from that of theEOS7D and Digital Rebel T2i. The same applies to dynamic range andISOsensitivity, with all three camera turning in roughly the same performance.

I would not be surprised if theEOS60D displaces theEOS5D MkII as the camera of choice for impoverished videographers since it offers pretty much the same video features, but with a tilt and swivelLCDand all at significantly less than 1/2 the cost of the 5D MkII (around $1000 vs. around $2500). However potential video shooters should be aware of the limitations imposed by the lack of any focus tracking in the 60D or any otherEOSDSLR and in fact allDSLRcameras other than the newer Sony models with a fixed mirror. The lack of focus tracking means that if you have a subject which is moving towards or away from the camera you have a few options, none of which is ideal.

You can try to manually follow focus, but thats not at all easy and its virtually impossible to accurately judge focus on a smallLCDscreen. You can also try to exploit the largeDOFof small apertures, but of course thats not always possible in dim light and may not be the look you want (with the background in focus). Even if it is possible it may require the use of highISOsettings and the resulting drop in image quality. You can also achieve largeDOFby using a wideangle lens, but again this may not be quite what you want especially for sports and smilar distant action. Contrast detection AF is available at any time while shooting video, but its slow (several seconds) and may overshoot before locking in. Obviously this is far from ideal on a moving target! You can also use phase detection AF, but that requires the reflex mirror to drop, blanking out the video while the AF takes place. Even if you do get focus this way, the subject is still moving and so may quickly go out of focus again.

Professional videographers can deal with these issues andEOSDSLRs have been used to shoot some very impressive videos. However for the casual amateur videographer who wants shots of children running, motor racing or sports, its not really a point and shoot operation. Its more like Point and Shoot and hope theDOFis large or try to adjust focus somehow.

Canon certainly seems to have produced another winner in theEOS60D. Its a very useful update of the 50D, adding more pixels, HD video, a tilt and swivelLCDand lots of other small refinements. My only complaint is that I think Id rather have had CF card storage than SD card, simply because I already have a large collection of CF cards that I use in my other CanonDSLRbodies. The main advantage of SD cards over CF cards is that there are no pins in the socket to bend. In that regard they may be a more robust solution in the hands of consumers. The currently available SD cards arent as fast as the fastest CF cards at the moment, but the 60D doesnt need an ultra fast card.SDclass 6 is recommended (and probably required for shooting longer 1080p HD video sequences). When I shot with theEOS60D I used an 8GB Kingston class 6 card and I had no problem with 1080p HD video. Transcend 8GB class 6SDHCcards can be found for as little as around $20 each, so even if, like me, you have a collection of CF cards, buying a few newSDHCcards wont break the bank.

My collection of BP-511/512 batteries is also getting less useful! No currentDSLRnow uses that battery size. If you dont mind using 3rd party batteries from China, you can get spare LP-E6 batteries for around $8 each, so as with the SD memory cards, buying a few spare batteries isnt a big expense (unless you insist on genuine Canon batteries which currently sell for $65-$70 each).

Its interesting to note that all of CanonsAPS-C DSLRs now have much the same sensor and display much the same image quality. They are differentiated by features, not by basic image quality. This is exactly the same situation that existed before digital cameras came along. They all used the same film and so had the same image quality!

The tilt and swivelLCDalso looks like a winner and Id expect to see it as a feature on many future DSLRs from Canon. The only possible downside to it is that under heavy use it might make the camera less durable. You could drop anEOS1D series body with no serious consequences, but if theLCDwas folded out and you dropped it the wrong way Im not so sure it would survive intact. Id certainly expect a tilt and swivelLCDon theEOS7D MkII and theEOS5D MkIII, if and when they are released!

Are there any downsides to the 60D when compared with the 50D? Well, there are a few. The 60D has lost the AF microadjustment of the 50D and it no longer has a PC flash socket. However I suspect that not many owners of the 50D really use either of those features (though they are certainly nice to have and are used by some). The multi-axis controller in theQCDis arguably less easy to use than the separate joystick of the 50D. Inside the camera there is more plastic and less metal, though again that might be something the majority of users dont really care about. Im sure that for the typical customer the addition of HD video and a tilt and swivelLCDmore than make up for the losses from the 50D. For 50D owners looking for a total upgrade, theres always theEOS7D, which is coming down in price now.

The body of theEOS60D is plastic, whereas that of the 50D was metal alloy (as is the body of theEOS7D). While this seems to worry some people, Im not sure why. The Digital Rebel cameras have always had plastic bodies and they have proven to be very durable. For the average photographer theres really not a significant downside to a body designed to be built from an engineering grade durable plastic.

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60D, EF 18-135/3.5-5.6 IS lens, 135mm, 1/100s @ f/5.6

6400. This shot was taken indoors and shows the high

capability of the 60D. The shot is slightly blurred because 1/100s wasnt quite fast enough to freeze the action. With a faster lens it would probably have been sharper, but the ability to shoot at

6400 when necessary is well demonstrated here. [Shot at the International Motorcycle Show at the Javits Center in

60D, EF 10-22/3.5-4.5 lens, 14mm 1/30s @ f/4

1000. Another indoor shot but under slightly brighter lighting and with a static subject. [Shot at the International Motorcycle Show at the Javits Center in

EOs 60D, EF 18-135/3.5-5.6 IS lens. 67mm 1/125s @ f/5.6

6400. Another example of where the ability to shoot fairly clean images at

6400 saved the day. [Shot at the International Motorcycle Show at the Javits Center in

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You said that the EOS 60D has a tilt and swivel LCD. This
doesnt help much for conventional still photography I beg to disagree – it would be wonderful for macro work where the camera needs to be a few inches off of the ground. My arthritis does not let me get down that low and I cannot get the closeups I want.

People seem used to shooting 5-6 off the ground. This is a sure way to cut your creativity. A higher / lower perspective is refreshing. You actually stop & look at the images, because they are unusual.

This is the photojournalistss creed. MAKE THEM LOOK AT THE PICTURES!!!!!

Isnt this the object of all photographers? The tiltable LCD is a great idea.

Like the PC Socket, ( not having one-a problem) You dont have to use it, but its nice to have. After all, there are alot of shooters that have battery packs / off camera flashes, that need hot shoe adapters to use their flashes.

I had not seen this review prior to buying the 60D last month. I was actually shopping for another 40D as a backup and side kick with different lens. Could not find any new 40Ds so went with the 60D. Used it for a VIP Event a week ago, worked well, some images seemed a bit soft so I was trying to change the sensor nine point focus to center point focus but there doesnt appear to be a option for changing this function? Overall very happy with this camera so far.

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2. EOS4 for label rolls up to 210 mm diameter. Further technical data are identical with EOS1.

In production, warehousing or agriculture, wherever labels are required and access to electrical connection is missing. An input voltage of 24 V enables the printer to be power supplied with any powerful rechargeable battery.

The EOS battery pack 2 allows the printing of more than 500 labels per charge for a label size of 100 x 68 mm at colour coverage of 15%. With battery pack 4 the capacity is doubled.

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German industrial 3D printer manufacturer EOS has announced the forthcoming launch of a new polymer additive manufacturing line, starting with the P 500 laser sintering system.

In an event held at the companys Customer and Technology Center in Krailling, Germany, 3D Printing Industry has been given a deep dive on the latest EOS technology that is shaping the digital factory of the future.

Welcoming international press and corporate customers, EOS CTO Dr. Tobias Abeln states that the P 500 is the companys first step toward digitization, contributing tothe cyber-physical system of Next Gen AM a vision shared by industrypartners at Daimlerand Premium AEROTEC.

Overall, the machine has been developed with three main goals in mind:

Reproducible part quality job to job and between machines.

Automation for Industry 4.0 capable of delivering all kinds of data, and easy integration with existing manufacturing environments.

Material versatility pursuing 3D printability for any kind of powdered materials.

The P 500 consists of 4 modules, and an external dock to enable automated transfer between jobs.

The modular design continues on the interior, preparing the machine for future innovations including addition of a third laser, and larger build plate.

In comparison to the P 396, one of EOSs existing laser sintering systems, the new P 500 is capable of producing double the output, with a 30% reduction of cost per part.

The P 500 is made to complement EOSs existing polymer range of industrial laser sintering 3D printers. Photo by Beau Jackson for 3D Printing Industry

Adding to a building trend in the industry, the EOS P 500 system opens up development of high performance polymers to external partners and research institutions.

Specifically, R&D focus is in materials that are 3D printed at around 300 degrees Celsius, offering mid range temperature resistance.

PEEK/PEKK is one industrial grade plastic that can be considered as an example material, but EOS are aiming for still more advanced polymers capable of enduring higher stresses.

The P 500 system will be officially launched by EOSat Formnext 2017 in Frankfurt,with first deliveries of the system expected mid-late 2018.Sign up here for updates from 3D Printing Industry.

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Featured image: Graphic demo of the EOS P 500 polymer 3D printer. Image via EOS

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CAB eos 1 Configuration Manual (48 pages)

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EOS 3D Printer Review

EOS 3D printers are high-tech laser-sintering machines from a German company of the same name. These printers, of course, are big, bulky things, not suited for hobbyists or smaller offices; but as far as serious 3D printers go, EOS machines are fairly user-friendly and easy to use. EOS offers several lines of 3D printers which differ by the raw materials used for printing, and by options and quality: there are metal laser-sintering systems, plastic laser-sintering systems, and the somewhat rare sand laser-sintering machines. In fact, EOS offers the only 3D printer able to work with Croning moulding material allowing for creation of moulds and cores for sand casting.

All EOS machines use the process known asSelective Laser Sintering, or SLS (this video explains the process in-depth). Its an advanced process which involves sintering the raw material, usually in powder form, via a laser beam. EOS 3D printers, however, differ from other SLS machines in that theyre highly automated and are designed for optimal utilization of machine capacity, as well as user-friendliness.

EOS metal laser-sintering 3D printers specifically, the improved EOSINT M 280 model come equipped with a 200 or 400 watt solid-state laser, which can boast a very stable performance and the Laser Power Monitoring system provides the user with control over the sintering process. The sintering process itself takes place in a sealed chamber and can operate in both nitrogen and argon atmospheres expanding the range of materials and increasing the quality of parts produced. The choice of materials is wide and ranges from light metals to tooling-quality steel and superalloys. A variety of additional equipment options are available, ensuring great flexibility.

EOS plastic laser-sintering 3D printers are available in two lines of machines: FORMIGA and EOSINT P.

FORMIGA printers work with polyamide or polystyrene and boast high levels of surface quality, automation and user-friendliness, while at the same time requiring a minimum of accessories and having relatively low energy consumption levels. FORMIGA printers are optimized for production of small series or individualized products with complex structures for instance, medical and consumer products.

The latest representative of EOSINT P printers the EOSINT P 800 is different from other plastic laser sintering machines in that it is able to print with high-performance polymers. Improving on the already good design of the EOSINT P 730, the new machine is able to process temperatures up to 385C. This means that it gives you the ability to print plastic parts with very good material properties while being a great 3D printer all by itself.

The EOS sand laser-sintering 3D printer line is represented by the EOSINT S 750. This great device has a range of great capabilities its fast, it boasts a large build volume, but its main feature is the choice of material it allows for printing of Croning moulding materials. The EOSINT S 750 allows you to produce very high-quality castings while removing batch size limitations.

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EOS launches P500 polymer 3D printer

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EOS used last weeks Formnext show to unveil its latest 3D printer, the P500. This is designed for mass producing polymer parts.

Dr Tobias Abeln, chief technical officer for EOS, says: We call it a factory line for mass production. Its based on a modular platform so we can create different configurations easily. He added: We have standard interfaces and monitoring functions.

It can produce up to 300ºC to work with high performance polymer materials such as PA6, PBT, PET and PPS. The first high performance polymer available for the P500 will be PEKK, which has good thermal stability, inherent flame retardancy and high chemical resistance, all of which make it a good alternative to metal. EOS recently signed a deal with the chemicals company Arkema to develop a material based on Arkemas Kepstan PEKK line. EOS is also working with Evonik and BASF to develop future polymer materials.

The overall aim is to reduce the cost per part to open up new applications using polymer materials. To this end, Abeln says that the P500 can produce parts up to 30 percent cheaper then the P396, which is currently EOS fastest laser sintering machine. This is largely due to the increased speed, thanks to a dual-laser system fusing the powder. The build volume is 500 x 330 x 400mm with a build rate up to 40mm/hr.

Theres a new recoater, which can apply a new layer of powder at a rate of 600mm/sec. The new system also preheats the polymer material before it reaches the build platform, which optimizes the material flow, reducing layer times. In addition, the system can reuse all recycled powder for the next build job at higher fill rates.

EOS has also streamlined all the processes around the actual build. Thus the exchangeable frame is preheated, and the used frame cooled down, outside of the machine. The changeovers between the jobs takes just 15 minutes. The machine should only need cleaning once a week and maintenance just once a year.

Materialise has already bought the first P500 for its own on-demand additive manufacturing operation. Bart Van Der Schueren, chief technology officer at Materialise, explained: We look forward to the boost in productivity delivered by the EOS P 500 solution and the new possibilities for series manufacturing created by the integrated platform automation. The shorter cycle times will help us to  meet  increasingly tight  deadlines as the  demand for industrial polymer printing grows. We look forward to  exploring the  use of new materials and  new applications with the support of the mid-temp capability.

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How do I connect my camera to a computer? (EOS 7D)

This section describes how to connect the camera to a computer when importing images to the computer or specifying the camera settings from the computer.

Use the supplied USB cable to connect the camera to the computer.

Start the computer before making the connection.

We recommend using the AC adapter kit ACK-E6 as the cameras power supply while connecting the camera to the computer.

1. Confirm that the camera is not connected to the computer, and then set the cameras power switch to ON .

3. Change the cameras Auto power off settings.

3-1. Turn the Main Dial to select the [

] tab, and then select [Auto power off]. Press the SET button.

3-2. Turn the Quick Control Dial to select [Off] from the menu that appears, and then press the SET button again.

Please refer to the Instruction manual supplied with your camera for more information about the Auto power off settings.

4. Press the MENU button and turn off the display on the LCD monitor, and then turn the cameras power switch to OFF .

5. Plug the supplied USB cable into the USB port on your computer. The ports location differs between computers. Please refer to the documentation provided with your computer for more information.

If EOS Utility does not start automatically, click the [Start] button (or

button), then select [All Programs], [Canon Utilities], [EOS Utility], and then [EOS Utility]. If you use Mac OS X, click the [EOS Utility] icon registered in the Dock.

The message that appears on the screen differs depending on the computers operating system or software installed in the computer, and also depending on whether the camera is being connected to the computer for the first time or has been connected previously.

If a window to select a program (application) appears, select [Canon EOS Utility], and then click [OK]. (If you use Windows Vista, select [Downloads images EOS camera].)

For information about operations after connecting the camera to the computer, please refer to the Instruction manual that was supplied with your camera.

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Editors Pick: EOS M 100 3D Printer

Posted by:Anthony J. LockwoodinEditors Pick of the WeekDecember 2, 2015

DMLS (direct metal laser sintering) additive manufacturing systems are really cool technology. The problem, however, has been you make widgets and handfuls of one-off parts, and DMLS systems tend to be industrial sized, making them prohibitively expensive as far as youre concerned. The focus of todays Pick of the Week marks a change in all that.

EOS GmbH, the German outfit that pioneered DMLS, has introduced its new EOS M 100 DMLS system. Your takeaway here is that the EOS M 100 is engineered to produce cost-effective small quantities of smaller parts with all of the quality, consistent part reproducibility and detail resolution expected from an industrial-grade metal 3D printing system.

At a Glance: The EOS M 100 Metal 3D Printer

New DMLS (direct metal laser sintering) additive manufacturing system.

Manufacturing process and parts quality jibe with larger industrial metal 3D printing systems.

Produces small parts and part quantities cost-efficiently.

Scans speeds of up to 23 ft. per second.

40-m laser spot can make high-quality, highly complex and delicate components.

Key here is that the EOS M 100 has a small, round build platform with a 3.9 x 3.7 in. (100 x 95 mm) build volume, which inherently gets you thinking about large quantities of small things. The picture up there and in todays Pick of the Week write-up gives you a prime example. There are about 70 dental crowns and bridges on that plate (I lost count). EOS reports that it took three hours to make them, so, depending on what you ask it to do, the EOS M 100 can be pretty efficient too.

By the way, those crowns were made with a cobalt-chrome material intended for dental applications. Right now, the EOS M 100 also works with a stainless steel material thats good for certain automotive, aerospace/turbine and consumer products. Titanium is under development, so high-performance parts for aerospace and motor racing applications as well as parts for biomedical implants are in the EOS M 100 users future.

The EOS M 100 has a 200-watt ytterbium fiber laser, a 40-m laser spot and a scan speed of up to 23 ft. per second (7.0 m/sec). Translation: You can produce high-quality, complex and delicate components in good time. Other characteristics of note include easy setups, material replacements and maintenance. The systems modest overall size and power requirements mean you should be able to find a spot for it on the shop floor with little ado.

The EOS M 100 has a round build platform and a laser scan speed of up to 23 ft. per second (7.0 m/sec). Here, the platform holds 70 dental crowns and bridges made of EOS CobaltChrome SP2 that the EOS M 100 manufactured in approximately three hours. Image courtesy of EOS GmbH.

If youve been noodling the idea of getting DMLS manufacturing in-house or expanding your 3D metal production capabilities for all of those small amounts of parts you need, the EOS M 100 could be the right solution. Hit todays Pick of the Week and learn more about it. Good stuff.

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