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EOS and Gravity Industries took flight at Formnext with 3D printed Jet Suit

EOS and Gravity Industries took flight at Formnext with 3D printed Jet Suit

Written by David

November 19, 2018

In addition to announcing its new LaserProFusion polymer additive manufacturing technology , German company EOS also showcased a number of other captivating technologies and AM applications at Formnext 2018 last week. Notably, the company presented a number of 3D printed components Gravity Industries’ Jet Suit . The companies even demonstrated the wearable flying device early in the week. The Jet Suit demoed at Formnext is the brainchild of Richard Browning, who founded Gravity Industries in 2017 to push his gravity-defying project ahead. The suit, based on a patent-pending technology, aims to “revolutionize human transport.” Presently, the suit consists of arm pieces equipped with two mini jet engines each and a backpack fitted with an engine and a fuel tank. When worn, it gives the user the ability to fly at a speed of over 70 km/h and allows for a 1,000 bhp performance. EOS, an expert in industrial 3D […]

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