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BattleBots® team builds combat robot parts with Desktop Metal 3D Printer

The saw-wielding, flame-throwing BattleBot uses Desktop Metal Studio System parts that can withstand the demanding environment of the battle arena and adhere to the competition’s strict build timeline. BattleBots® is a televised robot combat tournament that challenges teams of engineers from all over the world to design, build, and control a robot—demonstrating creativity, engineering skills, strategy,…

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3D printed internal channels

Creating Complex Internal Channels with Metal 3D Printing

With the Desktop Metal Studio System, internal channels can be easily rendered layer-by-layer — enabling manufacturing of high-performance parts such as molds with conformal cooling channels and complex manifolds for rapid prototyping, tooling and end use metal parts. Internal Channels Internal channels are a difficult-to-manufacture feature found in parts such as manifolds, heat exchangers and…

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Studio System ™ for rapid prototyping: Virginia-based startup finds opportunity to reduce product development timeline by 25%

LUMENIUM LLC IS A VIRGINIA-BASED COMPANY developing an innovative family of internal combustion engines. The Inverse Displacement Asymmetrical Rotational (IDAR) engine is a novel and totally singular design for producing powerful, efficient, internal combustion. Its unique geometry permits dramatic yet efficient work output from a small, light engine consuming less fuel and producing lower emissions.…

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Metal 3D Printing the next generation of Golf Clubs

Metal 3D printing is changing the way that golf clubs are made, from design to manufacturing. Golf club design Golf club design has a long history of steady evolution. From being carved out of wood in the 16th century, to today where clubs are cast or forged out of a variety of metals, designers have…

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17-4-PH Stainless Steel micrograph

17-4 PH Stainless Steel Material for Desktop Metal 3D Printer

Strength, hardness, and corrosion resistance 17-4 PH is a stainless steel ideal for a variety of applications—now available to print with the Desktop Metal Studio System.

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316L Stainless Steel Micrograph

New 316L Stainless Steel Material for Desktop Metal 3D Printer

Characterized by its corrosion resistance and good mechanical properties at both high and low temperatures, 316L is a fully austenitic stainless steel—now available to print with the Desktop Metal Studio System.

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3D Printing Event

Desktop Metal introduces Studio System+ and Studio Fleet

Advanced Metal 3D Printing System Delivers Higher Resolution Printing In-house and a Path to Bring Low Volume Production to the Shop Floor. Desktop Metal, the company committed to making metal 3D printing accessible to manufacturers and engineers, today introduced the Desktop Metal Studio System+, an advanced metal 3D printing system combining all the innovative and office-friendly features of…

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