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Desktop Metal Company Profile


63 Third Avenue
Burlington, Massachusetts, 01803
United States of America
978-224-1244
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Desktop Metal was started to address a problem—how to make metal 3D printing accessible for engineering teams. In 2013, CEO Ric Fulop began collaborating with world-leading experts in materials science, engineering, and 3D printing. Their work together over the course of two years drew multiple independent inventions together to form the basis for Desktop Metal’s technology.

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Desktop Metal ExOne S-Max Flex Robotic System has applications in foundries for quick casting of complex metal parts.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

New system joins Desktop Metal’s ExOne S-Max line of industrial sand binder jetting solution.

Stanley Black & Decker is the first named customer committed to the system to mass produce end-use metal parts.

Also, the company says its commitment to open materials gives users flexibility to choose the exact metal or ceramic that best meets production needs.

Goal is to deliver advanced nuclear energy solutions.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Updated line of binder jet 3D printing systems to focus on production of specialty materials, such as ceramics, in addition to metals, with new software capabilities.

The P-50 is the product of nearly $100 million in investment and a 4-year development program overseen by Desktop Metal engineers and materials scientists.

ETEC is a new AM 2.0 brand launched from the assets of EnvisionTEC, according to Desktop Metal.

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