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Desktop Metal’s Studio System 2 Simplifies Low-Volume Metal 3D Printing

Desktop Metal’s Studio System 2 Simplifies Low-Volume Metal 3D Printing
System features a two-step process that eliminates the need for a solvent debind phase.

Desktop Metal’s P-1 3D Printer Bridges Development, Production

Desktop Metal’s P-1 3D Printer Bridges Development, Production
Full P-1 builds can be printed in less than one hour and process parameters can transfer directly to the P-50 for mass production jobs.

DesktopMetal Introduces Pure Copper for its Studio System

DesktopMetal Introduces Pure Copper for its Studio System
Unlike laser-based processes (which often print chromium zirconium copper), the Studio System’s Bound Metal Deposition process is able to print pure copper, unlocking the full benefits of the material.

Desktop Metal to Acquire EnvisionTec

Desktop Metal to Acquire EnvisionTec
Acquisition expands Desktop Metal’s product portfolio across metals, composites and polymers.

Desktop Metal Delivers Mid-Volume Metal 3D Printing System

Desktop Metal Delivers Mid-Volume Metal 3D Printing System
Shop System is said to achieve exceptional surface finish parts with rich feature detail at speeds up to 10 times faster than those of legacy 3D powder bed fusion technologies.

Desktop Metal’s Live Sinter Software Eliminates Trial and Error
Sintering process simulation software corrects for shrinkage and distortion of binder jet 3D printed parts during sintering to minimize trial and error.

Linde Gas Mixture Optimizes Sintering in Desktop System

Linde Gas Mixture Optimizes Sintering in Desktop System
ADDvance Sinter250 engineered to ensures optimal atmospheric conditions in sintering furnaces.

A Methodical Strategy to Bring Additive into Sheet Metal Fabrication

A Methodical Strategy to Bring Additive into Sheet Metal Fabrication
When Wilson Tool International launched its additive manufacturing division in 2018, it had already proven 3D printing’s value through dozens of printed parts for its own line of equipment. Demonstrating that value to customers required a new, highly focused approach.

combustion system

Metal 3D Printing Makes Combustion More Efficient
John Zink Hamworthy Combustion is finding success with Bound Metal Deposition (BMD) for prototypes and replacement parts, but the real promise it sees is in new designs that couldn’t be made any other way.

Desktop Metal Expands Metal Portfolio with Chromoly Steel
Desktop Metal expands its metal portfolio with the launch of 4140 Chromoly steel for industrial applications. Studio System users will now be able to 3D print couplings, connecting rods, pump shafts, pinions, worm gears and more.

Ken Washington, CTO, Ford; Ric Fulop, CEO, Desktop Metal; and Prof. John Hart, MIT professor for additive manufacturing

"Future of AM" Roundtable Marks National Manufacturing Day
Additive manufacturing (AM) experts from Ford, Desktop Metal and MIT discuss future trends in a conversation moderated by Terry Wohlers. 

Desktop Metal Expands Materials Portfolio with H13 Tool Steel
Desktop Metal has announced the launch of H13 tool steel for Studio System, an office-friendly metal 3D-printing system for prototyping and low volume production.

Material Extrusion: Now with Metal

Material Extrusion: Now with Metal
Challenging our thinking about materials in metal additive manufacturing and the possibilities with material extrusion technology.

Desktop Metal Fab Flow

Desktop Metal Launches Workflow Management System
Desktop Metal’s Fab Flow is a customizable prototype ordering and workflow management system for internal additive fabrication shops.

Impeller for harsh environments made with 316L stainless steel

Desktop Metal Releases Corrosion-Resistant Stainless Steel
Desktop Metal’s 316L stainless steel, developed for the Studio System metal 3D printing system, offers corrosion resistance at extreme temperatures.

presenters on stage at the Additive manufacturing Workshop for Automotive

Watch: Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive Video Available
Watch the full program of the inaugural Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive, and learn how automotive manufacturers are using 3D printing in production.

Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive panel discussion

Recap: The Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Automotive
The inaugural AM Workshop for Automotive at the North American International Auto Show brought together the world’s top automotive and additive manufacturing technology experts on one stage. Here’s what they had to say.

AM Pavilion at IMTS 2018

5 Impressions of Additive Manufacturing at IMTS 2018
An emphasis on production, shifting target markets and more colored additive manufacturing’s presence at this year’s International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS).

Desktop Metal Studio System+

Desktop Metal Introduces Studio System+ and Studio Fleet
The company's metal 3D printing technology has received updates and is now available in a custom configuration with debinder and furnace units.

3D printed part

AM Conference: Generative Design for 3D Printing
Desktop Metal demonstrates the uses for its Live Parts generative design technology for 3D printing at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Conference.

Assembled saddle carrier and swing arm next to a swing arm installed in an IDAR test engine

Metal AM System Revs Up Prototyping for Startup’s New Engine
The Desktop Metal Studio System demonstrates time and cost savings in prototyping and improving the parts for Lumenium’s IDAR engine. 

Product Categories of Desktop Metal

Additive Manufacturing Machines for Metal Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines—Binder Jetting
Additive Manufacturing Machines—Material Extrusion
Additive Manufacturing Machines—Powder Bed Fusion
Material for Additive Manufacturing - Metal