3D printing provides an alternative method for producing End of Arm Tooling that can deliver dramatic time and cost savings while optimizing performance.
Desktop Metal Studio Fleet is a custom-configurable solution for in-house metal 3D printing, supporting a range of low to mid-volume production applications
Prototype and mass produce with 200+ Compatible Desktop Metal Materials that are the same MIM (Metal Injection Molding) materials used in manufacturing
Casting master patterns can be 3D printed for substantial savings in cost, labour and time, ultimately speeding new product development.
3D print cost-effective, high-temperature, custom composite tooling in days — instead of the weeks or months required for traditional tooling processes.
3D Printing has made it feasible to create custom injection, blow, and silicone molds for low volume production and validation of the metal mold design.