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DE Hot Seat: Reconciling Additive and Subtractive
Panelists explore the intersection of additive and subtractive manufacturing.
Desktop Metal Qualifies 420 Stainless Steel
Desktop Metal single-pass jetting technology enables mass production of end-use parts in 420 stainless steel for applications across medical, defense, aerospace, and consumer products.
Velo3D CEO Benny Buller on Going Public
Metal Additive System Maker joins other 3D printer makers going public
Velo3D Goes Public, Sustainability Report on Additive Manufacturing, Halloween-Inspired Design, and More
DE Editors Brian Albright and Kenneth Wong discuss metal 3D companies going public, news from Rapid + TCT, DE Design & Simulation Summit, and more
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Editor’s Pick: Turnkey Binder Metal Jetting System for Machine Shops
The Shop System uses Desktop Metal’s Live Sinter technology, which, according to Desktop Metal, takes the guesswork out of sintering printed parts, by applying predictive counter-deformation.
Desktop Metal Acquires Aidro
Acquisition adds capabilities in design and high-volume production of fluid power systems via additive manufacturing.
DE Hot Seat: Reconciling Additive and Subtractive
Panelists explore the intersection of additive and subtractive manufacturing.
Desktop Metal to Acquire ExOne: What Does the Deal Mean?
Analysis of Desktop Metal's acquisition of ExOne
Desktop Metal Launches 316L Stainless Steel
Shop System binder jetting enables cost-effective batch production of 316L stainless steel parts via additive manufacturing.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Metal 3D Printing
The No. 1 rule for optimizing value: redesign parts specially for metal AM while following materials and post-processing specs.
Desktop Metal Qualifies Titanium for Manufacturing
Desktop Metal commercializes titanium for bound-metal production of high-strength, lightweight components.
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Nature’s Formulas Coded as Generative Design
Generative Design software engineers turn to Nature to program micro-topological structures.
Desktop Metal Buys Aerosint
Company adds multimaterial capabilities to additive manufacturing 2.0 technology portfolio.
Editor’s Picks: June 3-9, 2021
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Desktop Metal Qualifies 4140 Low-Alloy Steel for Additive Manufacturing of Parts 
The steel is qualified via metal binder jetting for mass production of steel parts that withstand high impacts, temperatures and mechanical stresses.  
Studying Ants and Plants to Build Better Parts
Examine the link between generative design software and biomimicry.



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