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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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Large metal injection molding company plans to deploy metal 3D printing at scale with the Production System.
Desktop Metal's new Studio System is designed to be an office-friendly metal 3D printing system; now shipping in U.S. with 2-week lead time.
This growth includes expansion into markets where printing on-demand parts and components is attractive, such as healthcare, aerospace and automotive.
316L joins Desktop Metal’s expanding metal 3D printing materials library for the Studio System.
Combined funding rounds are now at $438 million, reportedly making Desktop Metal a highly funded private 3D printing outfit.
The genesis of generative design can be traced back to simulation software, with topology optimization as the intermediary evolutionary step. Generative design software uses time-tested structural, fluid and thermal simulation technologies; however, instead of asking the user to provide the
Both Markforged and Desktop Metal acknowledge that neither company, nor the individuals named in the litigation, misappropriated any trade secret.
From new cold spray deposition methods to innovations in extrusion processes, advances in metal additive manufacturing address long-standing limitations related to cost, safety and time to print.
New compute platforms enable design engineers to reap the benefits of CAD, CAE and CAM convergence.
You got it. 3D printing is great for prototypes, but here's what you need to know about 3D printed industrial-grade parts.
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