https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/ylng2mtyw6?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Ti64 Titanium - Desktop Metal Studio One of the most commonly used titanium alloys, Ti64 has excellent strength, low modulus of elasticity, and good weldability. With the Studio System, users can create titanium parts with complex features not possible with traditional methods, including internal channels, thin ribs, and lattices.
Shop System Binder Jetting Enables Cost-Effective Batch Production of High-Quality 316L Stainless Steel Parts Via Additive Manufacturing Desktop Metal recently announced it has qualified the use of 316L stainless steel for the Shop System™, the world’s first metal binder jetting system designed for machine shops. With an expanded materials portfolio, users can now leverage affordable, high-quality binder jetting technology to print end-use parts in 316L stainless steel with throughput, print quality, and productivity unattainable via [...]
Desktop Metal Is the First Company to Commercialize Titanium for Bound Metal Production of High-Strength, Lightweight Components Reprint of Desktop Metal Press Release dated August 4, 2021 Desktop Metal recently announced it has qualified the use of titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V (Ti64) for the Studio System 2™, an accessible metal 3D printing platform that offers customers the easiest way to print high-performance metal parts in low volumes for pre-production and end-use applications. With plans to begin [...]
The First Company to Qualify 4140 via Metal Binder Jetting for the Mass Production of Strong Steel Parts That Withstand High Impacts, Temperatures and Mechanical Stresses Desktop Metal, a leader in mass production additive manufacturing (AM) solutions, today announced it has qualified the use of 4140 low-alloy steel for the Production SystemTM platform, which leverages patent-pending Single Pass JettingTM (SPJ) technology designed to achieve the fastest build speeds in the metal additive manufacturing industry. Desktop [...]
How to make the best 3D Printing choice for your application First up, let’s talk about the Desktop Metal Studio System for low-volume or functional prototype 3D metal parts: What is unique about the Desktop Metal Studio System? The Desktop Metal Studio System is an end-to-end process with a software-managed workflow (Fabricate) to ensure your success. It utilizes a 3D technology called Bound Metal Deposition (BDM), which is comparable to one of the most widely [...]
reprint from https://3dprintingindustry.com/ Desktop Metal has launched its subsidiary Forust, a brand focused on 3D printing functional end-use wood parts via binder jetting. The Forust process works by upscaling waste byproducts from the wood manufacturing and paper industries (sawdust and lignin). By mixing these byproducts with a special bio-epoxy resin composite, the company can create sustainable 3D printing materials compatible with Desktop Metal’s binder jet technology. With the launch, Desktop Metal is now offering architects, [...]
Additive manufacturing is rapidly rewriting the rules of how metal parts are made, and it’s doing it with the help of a new design language - Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM). Developed to take advantage of the enormous design freedom that comes with 3D printing, DfAM allows manufacturers to unlock a host of benefits - from highly complex geometry to the use of generative design tools to the ability to create internal features and channels [...]
Without the need to manufacture jigs, fixtures, or molds, engineers and designers can go from design to functional part in as little as a day. If needed, designers can print multiple versions of a part, then quickly iterate on the design based on functional testing results. The speed and accessibility of additive manufacturing allows design teams to go through dozens of design iterations in as little as a week. Once part designs are finalized, binder [...]