Tag: Desktop Metal

Desktop Metal qualifies three metals for 3D printing

Desktop Metal has qualified Copper Alloy C18150 for its Production System 3D printer.

Siemens and Desktop Metal announce partnership

Siemens and Desktop Metal, Inc., global leaders in digitalization and additive manufacturing technologies have announced a multi-faceted partnership

Desktop Metal qualifies IN625 for the Studio System

Desktop Metal, Inc. has qualified the use of IN625 for the Studio System, a turnkey metal 3D printing platform

Desktop Metal and Toledo University signs a partnership

Desktop Metal and The University of Toledo Institute of Applied Engineering Research announced a partnership to support the development of nickel-titanium (Nitinol) alloys, Rene...

Desktop Metal Qualifies IN625 for Production System™

Desktop Metal announced that it has qualified the use of nickel alloy IN625 (IN625) for the Production System™ platform, which leverages patent pending Single Pass JettingTM (SPJ) technology designed to achieve the fastest build speeds in the metal additive manufacturing industry.

Desktop Metal qualifies Ti64 for Studio System 2

Desktop Metal announced that 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.

Desktop Metal unveils 4140 chromoly steel

Desktop Metal, the company committed to making 3D printing accessible to engineers and manufacturers, recently announced the launch of 4140 chromoly steel for the Studio System™, the office-friendly metal 3D printing system for prototyping and low volume production.

Desktop Metal releases two 3D printing systems

Desktop Metal has launched two systems covering the full product lifecycle -- from prototyping to mass production. The DM Studio and DM Production systems change the rules of traditional metal manufacturing solutions.