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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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.
Research from Yale School of the Environment shows reduction in greenhouse gas over traditional casting methods.
Company confirms merger consideration outlined in latest proposal and binding merger agreement is best and final.
Combined company anticipated to reach $1.1 billion in revenue with adjusted EBITDA margin of 10%-12% in 2025.
Based in Italy, Aidro has experience in design and production of valves and manifolds, and hydraulic and fluid power systems using traditional and additive manufacturing methods.
CETIM, which collaborated with DM on parameter development for 304L, will now offer the material on the mid-sized Shop System binder jet 3D printing system.
Desktop Metal Live Suite extends the company’s Live Sinter simulation software.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Live Suite software programs allow users of Desktop Metal, Desktop Health, ETEC and ExOne 3D printing systems to manage build prep, printers, accessories and processes in one cloud-based location.
The Einstein Pro XL is a DLP-based polymer printing system that uses a 4K ultra high-definition projector to deliver printing of 45 micron in X and Y across a large build area .
Plans include facility closures and a 15% cut in workforce, according to company release.
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