What can you print with office-friendly Bound Metal Deposition from Desktop Metal? From food processing equipment to oil and gas components, the Studio System is helping manufacturers across industries revolutionize their products.
Azoth 3D uses the Shop System for metal 3D printing supply chain solutions, producing complex parts on demand to create the end-use version of a digital inventory and the leanest supply chain possible.
Fish processing systems transformed with stainless steel 3D printing on the Studio System from Desktop Metal. Compared to other 3D printing technologies, Gullmolar found office-friendly Bound Metal Deposition technology from Desktop Metal to be an affordable easy-to-use solution enabling the company to unlock new potential from their products.
Azoth believes metal binder jet technology is the ideal 3D printing method for manufacturing small, complex metal components and helps manufacturers create efficient digital inventories through its Take One Make One (TOMO) strategy. Its team helps manufacturers plan for a component's lifecycle and find where 3D printing qualified parts on-demand makes sense—from prototype and production to replacement and legacy part strategies.
FreeFORM Technologies, one of the first service bureaus to offer metal binder jet additive manufacturing, is bringing new levels of creativity and design to customers through the use of additive manufacturing.
While mentions of 3D printing for food may bring to mind chocolate extruded into cool decorative shapes, additive manufacturing is actually transforming the industry behind the scenes – making food and beverage processing equipment safer, more productive, and delivering all-new innovations
Join Jonah Myerberg, Chief Technology Officer for Desktop Metal, as he talks about the Shop System, the world’s first metal binder jetting system designed for mid-volume manufacturing in machine shops.