Desktop Metal marks installation of over 1,100 Additive Manufacturing machines

December 7, 2022

Desktop Metal has installed over 1,100 metal 3D printers (Courtesy Desktop Metal)
Desktop Metal has installed over 1,100 metal Additive Manufacturing machines (Courtesy Desktop Metal)

Manufacturing machines worldwide. Of the installed machines, more than 80% are reported to be for the Binder Jetting (BJT) process.

“As the highest throughput process in 3D printing, Binder Jetting is the Additive Manufacturing technology that will truly take the industry into mass production at high volumes,” stated Ric Fulop, founder and CEO of Desktop Metal. “Our 3D printing systems are already being used to manufacture powertrain components, automotive interiors, oil and gas, food h equipment, hydraulics and some of the most advanced aerospace and nuclear parts.”

The company’s portfolio includes:

  • The Production System P-50
  • The X160Pro™, used in the production of both metal and ceramics
  • The Production System P-1
  • The InnoventX
  • The Shop System
  • The Studio System

An open house to showcase the performance capabilities of the Production System P-50 will be held on January 25, 2023. Those interested can sign up to attend here.

Desktop Metal’s 2022 material guide can be downloaded here.

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Desktop Metal has installed over 1,100 metal Additive Manufacturing machines (Courtesy Desktop Metal)

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