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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Acquisition will enable ability to enter market for volume product polymer additive manufacturing.
Desktop Metal says use of the new software largely eliminates the need for physical trial and error, and makes possible using binder jet sintering on challenging geometries.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
This strategic partnership will help reduce the complexity for companies looking to scale their 3D printing operations, companies say.
The award will fund the development of a cost-effective additive manufacturing process to manufacture Cobalt-free hardmetals into complex, net or near-net shaped parts without the use of any tooling.
Metal AM hardware maker discusses the technology's transition from prototyping to manufacturing
Company will merge with Trine Acquisition Corp., with expected $2.5 billion valuation.
AM campus will focus on prototyping, production, research and training for use of 3D printing in automotive applications.
Automating is an essential part in design for additive manufacturing.
Desktop Metal’s Jonah Myerberg on how 3D printing helps companies respond quickly during a crisis.
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