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X Series – InnoventX

X Series – InnoventX

The Desktop Metal InnoventX is engineered to 3D print high-density near-net-shape parts in a wide range of standard MIM powders, metal alloys, ceramics, or technical composites. Powered by Triple ACT Powder Compaction and a piezoelectric print head system, the InnoventX produces parts with tight tolerances, excellent surface quality, and the part density needed for functional applications. Discover how binder jetting can enhance education, research, prototyping, rapid product development, and the short-run production of small components.

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GPAINNOVA DLyte eBlast

GPAINNOVA DLyte eBlast

DLyte eBlast is an electro blasting metal surface finishing system that utilizes an electrochemical stream of solid-electrolyte particles propelled by a non-conductive liquid media to polish and improve the surface quality of metal parts. It overcomes part size and weight limitations by focusing liquid into hard-to-reach areas or complex geometries making it the ideal tool for polishing molds, welded parts, cavities, inner channels, and delicate components.

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ETEC® Envision One™

ETEC® Envision One™

The ETEC EnvisionOne™ is a desktop continuous DLP 3D printer for the rapid production of strong, fully-isotropic end-use parts.

ETEC Xtreme 8K large format DLP 3D printer

ETEC® Xtreme 8K

ETEC® Xtreme 8K

The ETEC Xtreme 8K large-format DLP 3D printer is designed for the volume production of end-use polymer parts. With its industry-leading build volume, incredibly high speed, accuracy, and wide range of compatible materials based on long-chain molecule chemistry, you can produce fully isotropic and stable end-use parts in the thousands per day.  

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Forust

Forust

Powered by Desktop Metal®’s binder jetting 3D printing technology, Forust is a sustainable alternative for traditional wood manufacturing. By combining the speed, precision, and quality of binder jetting with two wood waste byproducts – sawdust and lignin, you can now produce strong and lightweight wood components that take advantage of 3D printing’s design freedom and offer a reduction in your carbon footprint with a responsible material value chain.