It is critical educational institutions include technologies like metal 3D printing in curricula to give them hands-on experience with disruptive technology and avoid leaving students at a disadvantage as they enter the workforce. Metal additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is revolutionizing industries by enabling the creation of complex parts with intricate geometries that were once impossible to produce using traditional methods. Creating components by building up metal layer-by-layer has numerous applications and advantages, [...]
The world’s first metal binder jetting system designed for machine shops, the Desktop Metal Shop System is capable of printing complex metal parts with the benefits that standards machine shops expect: unparalleled productivity with superior print quality while maintaining high levels of accessibility throughout the entire process. In addition to unlocking process and product innovations, the binder jetting technology at the heart of the Shop System is capable of delivering reliable high performance that meets [...]
If you are interested in learning more about 3D printing Metal, please join us this afternoon for a special webinar where you will learn which metal technology is right for you and how easy they are to adopt. 3D Metal printing can be transformational - unlocking new design freedoms for part innovation with fast iterations and enabling tooling-free production of spare parts or custom fixtures. When getting started with the technology, it’s important to understand [...]
Desktop Metal Live Sinter produces quality parts that meet form and dimensional tolerances right out of the furnace, in one or two iterations. Today we’re going to show you an effective way to ensure that metal 3D-printed parts meet form and dimensional requirements right out of the furnace. Although metal 3D printing has many advantages, it can be challenging to predict the final part geometry due to the many physical forces introduced during the sintering [...]
Desktop Metal has compiled the top 5 reasons we see the food and beverage industry moving to metal 3D printing. While mentions of 3D printing for food may bring to mind chocolate extruded into cool decorative shapes, additive manufacturing is actually transforming the industry behind the scenes – making food and beverage processing equipment safer, more productive, and delivering all-new innovations to the nearly $60 billion industry. If you’ve ever watched an episode of “How [...]
Bound Metal Deposition™ (BMD) vs. Binder Jetting Metal 3D printing can be transformational, unlocking new design freedoms for part innovations and allowing for tooling-free production of spare parts or new product iterations. From office-friendly 3D printing without loose powder on the Studio System to the fast speeds of the world’s best-selling metal binder jetting machine, the Shop System, Desktop Metal has the technologies that offer the perfect fit to get started with metal 3D printing [...]
Formlabs Fuse 1 Workflow In this week's 2 Minute Tuesday, we will take a look at how easy it is to add a powder-based 3D printer to your prototyping workflow. Namely, we walkthrough how to use the Fuse 1 by Formlabs.
Desktop Metal recently announced a three-year, multimillion-dollar contract with the Veterans Health Administration to develop, test, and manufacture a variety of 3D printed healthcare products with a revolutionary new FreeFoam™ material. Under a contract with the Veterans Health Administration, Desktop Metal will develop, test, and manufacture a variety of 3D printed healthcare products with a revolutionary new FreeFoam™ material. Shown here, FreeFoam parts can be 3D printed at a fraction of their final desired [...]