Metal 3D printing
Impression 3D métal
From prototyping to mass production:
Desktop Metal has already earned several fans with its 3D printed metal technology — Lowe’s, Caterpillar and BMW were all among its earliest clients.
+ ability to print 500 cubic inches of metal per hour
+ don’t need tooling
+ make short runs of production
+ change your design and iterate very fast
+ make shapes you couldn’t make any other way
+ lightweight a part
+ work with alloys that are very, very hard
The company was founded in 2013 by four MIT professors, and is based Burlington, Massachusetts, USA.
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