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    • Introduction to P-50

      Introduction to P-50

      The most anticipated 3D printer in additive manufacturing history is here. The P-50 is paving the way for mass-production of metal end-use parts with breakthrough Additive Manufacturing 2.0 technology that delivers new value for manufacturers.

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    • New Developments in 3D Printing for the Jewelry Industry

      New Developments in 3D Printing for the Jewelry Industry

      Interested in learning about the new developments in 3D printing for the jewelry industry? In this webinar we will discuss 3D printing solutions from ETEC’s castable resins to Desktop Metal’s direct metal printing for the jewelry industry.

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    • Manufacturing the cars of tomorrow

      Manufacturing the cars of tomorrow

      Join Desktop Metal CTO, Jonah Myerberg for a conversation about how 3D printing is going to transform the automotive industry from prototyping, to mass production to aftermarket parts.

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    • rem

      Metal finishing for 3D printed parts

      Curious about your options for finishing 3D printed metal parts? Join Justin Michaud, CEO of REM Surface Engineering, for a discussion about the options available and why manufacturers might want to modify the appearance of their parts.

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    • Metal 3D printing for schools and universities

      Metal 3D printing for schools and universities

      With the Desktop Metal’s office-friendly and mass production 3D printing solutions, students have an opportunity to learn the modern AM design/fabrication workflow – from digital model creation, through part printing and sintering.

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    • Metal 3D Printing vs. Machining

      Metal 3D Printing vs. Machining

      The ability to produce complex metal parts easily and affordably without any tooling makes metal 3D printing very attractive. Join this webinar to learn specifically about how metal 3D printing compares to traditional CNC machining; comparing material properties, part economics, and throughput will all be discussed.

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    • Metal 3D Printing vs. Casting

      Metal 3D Printing vs. Casting

      The ability to produce complex metal parts easily and affordably without any tooling makes metal 3D printing very attractive. Join this webinar to learn specifically about how metal 3D printing compares to casting; comparing material properties, part economics, and throughput will all be discussed.

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    • NMD

      Additive Manufacturing: The Next Frontier Roundtable Discussion

      In honor of National Manufacturing Day today, Desktop Metal has invited thought leaders in additive manufacturing to come together to share their vision on the future of AM and the next frontier for the manufacturing industry. Join us for this thought-provoking roundtable discussion.

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    • Metal 3D printing for machine design

      Metal 3D printing for machine design

      Join this webinar on how machine designers are turning to metal 3D printing to create better products and deliver them to the market sooner and under budget.

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    • Metal 3D Printing vs. Metal Injection Molding (MIM)

      Metal 3D Printing vs. Metal Injection Molding (MIM)

      The ability to produce complex metal parts easily and affordably without any tooling makes metal 3D printing very attractive. Join this webinar to learn specifically about how metal 3D printing compares to metal injection molding (MIM) and press and sinter technologies; comparing material properties, part economics, and throughput will all be discussed.

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    • Metal 3D printing for heavy industries

      Metal 3D printing for heavy industries

      For Energy, Construction, and other Heavy Industry segments, metal 3D printing offers dramatic productivity benefits in several key areas.

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    • Metal finishing for 3D printed parts

      Metal finishing for 3D printed parts

      Curious about your options for finishing 3D printed metal parts? Join us for a discussion about the options available and why manufacturers might want to modify the appearance and finish of their parts.

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