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Desktop Metal


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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There's a focus on capitalizing on growth potential through greater scale with shift to AM designed-for-manufacturing applications.

TurboFuse is a high-speed, high-strength binder that demonstrates enhanced adhesion to metal powders, according to Desktop Metal.

Live Inspect is a solution to fine-tune accuracy by analyzing 3D scans of printed parts to provide tolerance analysis and correct for deviations.

Italy-based Legor’s Powmet line of fine, pure powders for additive manufacturing includes a ruthenium-based platinum now qualified on the DM Production System P-1 for jewelry and more.

PureSinter offers one-run debinding and sintering of metal parts produced with either additive manufacturing or traditional manufacturing methods in a 15.8L retort, company reports.

The Production System P-1 metal binder jet 3D printer will be offered with a Reactive Safety Kit for high-speed production of titanium and aluminum powders with safety features.

ScanUp is billed as more than an intraoral subscription program—it’s intended as a complete ecosystem to help dentists adopt digital dentistry with ease, the company says.

Companies report qualification of photopolymer on large-format additive manufacturing 2.0 systems.

Desktop Metal’s Studio System offers turnkey metal printing for prototypes and batch manufacturing.

Parts 3D printed on the ETEC Xtreme 8K in Evonik INFINAM ST 6100 L material will be on display during the AMUG 2024 conference.

This improved flexural strength allows for the creation of thinner wall and socket designs.

New research shows the production method is gaining momentum for helping enterprises meet their broader sustainability goals.

This software application offers real-time data from printing systems to improve management of one printing system or a full fleet, company says.

Nano Dimension says merger deal would be highly dilutive, requiring Stratasys to pay premium and give financial support to Desktop Metal with limited upside.

FreeFORM now operates 25 DM printers that can produce components for companies with complex part designs.

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