Jewelry designer Christian Tse has announced that his company is partnering with Desktop Metal, to bring the world’s first office-friendly metal 3D printing system, the Studio System, to
American manufacturer Polaris has been tapping on additive manufacturing with Stratasys 3D printing technology for over 20 years to power innovation and streamline every-day manufacturing on the factory floor, and
3D printing has certainly come a long way from its peak hype days, with the technology now starting to see a new class of materials being developed and break into
To meet increased demand from customers, Desktop Metal has announced that they have accelerated the production capacity of the Studio System to allow for faster installation of complete systems.
Internal channels are used to pass fluids via the structure of a part. For these channels, traditional manufacturing methods allow for straight, cylindrical paths confined to a single plane.
Andretti Autosport has announced that they have invested in a multi-year partnership with Stratasys to leverage on Stratasys’ FDM 3D printing technology to enhance the design and development of its
Clare Scott from 3DPrint.com recently interviewed Desktop Metal’s VP of Product, Larry Lyons, to learn more about Desktop Metal’s Studio System and how it compares against Metal Injection Molding
Rutland Plastics, a UK-based supplier of injection molding machines, has acquired a Stratasys Fortus 380mc Carbon Fiber Edition (CFE) 3D printer from SYS Systems to develop fixtures and tooling
Desktop Metal has rolled out a new material, the 316L stainless steel for the Studio System™, the world’s first and only office-friendly metal 3D printing system for prototyping and
Stratasys 3D printers can now go directly from CAD to print with GrabCAD Print, a cloud-based CAD software. This removes the conversion to mesh file step to streamline the workflow.