Our line-up of metal 3D printers provide solutions for the entire product life cycle - from rapid prototyping to mass production. For the first time you can affordably produce geometrically complex designs in-house or scale up to on-demand manufacturing in a matter of hours with the Studio System and Production system from Desktop Metal. Work with a variety of industrial grade metal alloys including stainless steel, copper, and tool steel.
As the first binder jetting system designed for machine shops, Shop SystemTM lets your shop take advantage of affordable, high-quality binder jetting technology. It prints end-use metal parts with unrivaled speed, print quality and productivity. A complete, end-to-end solution, the Shop SystemTM includes a printer, powder station and furnace, and easily integrates with your existing shop operations.
The Desktop Metal Studio 3D Printer Fleet™ is custom and configurable metal 3D printing solution for producing complex metal parts in low-mid volume. 3D Print with 5x the throughput and a fraction of the cost of comparable options.
Introducing the new Desktop Metal Studio 2 for metal 3D printing. The first end-to-end affordable solution for 3D printing complex metal parts in-house in a variety of metal alloys including stainless steel, copper and tool steels.
Introducing the Desktop Metal Production 3D Printer. The first 3D printing system designed for throughput and mass production, 3D print with real metal at scale and 100x faster speeds.
Desktop Metal Studio System for rapid prototyping: Virginia-based startup finds opportunity to reduce product development timeline by 25%.
For Built-Rite, the Desktop Metal Studio System™ introduces the ability to make quick-turn mold assembly components with a metal 3D printing process that is far less labor-intensive than other equipment in their machine shop and more cost competitive than a third-party prototyping firm.
Bound Metal Deposition is a metal additive process by Desktop Metal created for their Studio System that heats and extrudes bound metal rods to shape the metal part layer by layer. This technology requires no hazardous powders, no lasers and no cutting tools to ensure an accurate, fast, and safe print.