Metal 3D printing provides manufacturers with the ability to make parts faster, cheaper and more complex than ever before — this is how the cars of tomorrow will be manufactured.
In this white paper
We’ll explore how additive manufacturing is going to transform the way cars are made.
- Commentary from thought leaders
- Customer case studies
- Metal 3D printing part examples
About Desktop Metal 3D Printers
With an office-friendly design that eliminates the use of loose powders and dangerous lasers, the Studio System™ is an easy-to-use, end-to-end solution for printing metal parts in-house, and it just happens to come with a price tag that’s as much as 10 times less than laser-based systems.
The system also makes a wide range of materials available – including H13 tool steel, 4140 chromoly steel, 316L stainless steel and 17-4 PH stainless steel — allowing users to print parts that precisely fit their needs. And with Studio Fleet, the system offers a scalable solution for low- to mid-volume production for a diverse range of business needs.
About Desktop Metal
The company is today made up of more than 300 employees, most of whom are engineers in the fields of mechanical engineering, materials science, software, robotics and industrial design. More than two dozen Desktop Metal employees hold PhDs.
Since its founding, Desktop Metal has attracted $438 million in funding from investors like Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT), GV (formerly Google Ventures), GE, BMW, Ford Motor Company, Lowe’s, NEA, Kleiner Perkins, Lux Capital and 3D printing leader Stratasys, and has been recognized as one of the world’s 30 Most Promising Technology Pioneers by the World Economic Forum and named to MIT Technology Review’s list of 50 Smartest Companies.
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