Desktop Metal

Metal 3D printing company, Desktop Metal has announced the launch of 316L stainless steel for use in its office-friendly Studio System. Read more


Deputy Group Editor, Laura Griffiths explores the growth of the billion dollar 3D printing company and the financial challenges of manufacturing technology startups. Read more

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Boston-area metal 3D printing company, Desktop Metal has announced a number of advancements and expanded capabilities to its Production System at Formnext 2018. Read more


Desktop Metal has today launched the next generation of its office-friendly Studio System metal 3D printer and new fleet configuration for low volume production. Read more


After being selected by the TCT Expert Advisory Board and then voted for by the General Public, Professor Ely Sachs becomes the first 2018 inductee to the TCT Hall of Fame. Read more


Markforged has been cleared of any Intellectual Property infringement relating to Desktop Metal’s claims earlier this year. Read more


Desktop Metal has announced the election of Jeffrey Immelt, former Chairman and CEO of the General Electric Company, to its Board of Directors. Read more


Group Editor, Daniel O'Connor takes a look at the growth of Desktop Metal as it shifts its focus to metal 3D printing's holy grail, production. Read more


Desktop Metal's Production System graces the front cover, while the focus is on the medical sector. Read more


Desktop Metal has filed a lawsuit against Markforged, one of its main competitors in the metal desktop 3D printing market, for a series of patent infringements and trade and contract violations. Read more

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Desktop Metal, a Boston-based 3D printing company, has received $65m in funding from Ford Motor Company and existing investor, Future Fund. Read more


At SOLIDWORKS World 2018, Desktop Metal announces strategic partnership with Dassault Systèmes and new generative design tool for metal 3D printing. Read more


Desktop Metal, has been awarded seminal patents for its Separable Supports technology which make it easy to remove support structures from metal 3D printed parts. Read more



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Metal 3D printing company, Desktop Metal begins shipping its first Studio System machines to early Pioneer customers. Read more


Desktop Metal, Paxis, BLACKBELT 3D - A round-up of the most-read stories from the TCT Magazine website in 2017. Read more


Desktop Metal has announced it is accepting orders internationally from companies, and reveals BMW Group will be first overseas adopter of the Studio System. Read more


Laser Lines has partnered with Desktop Metal to sell its metal 3D printing systems and provide technical support to end users. Read more


Desktop Metal, Arcam, Rize ... Laura reports back from a tour of the 3D printing hotbed that is Boston, Massachusetts. Read more


Next week the best of the 3D printing industry will descend on Birmingham, UK. Here is a roundup of some of the things to look out for on the TCT Show floor. Read more

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From Additive Manufacturing to Adaptive Production

John Hart, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses the role of academic institutions in driving additive manufacturing. Read more

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