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Wednesday 4th August 2021 10:45 AM

Desktop Metal Now Shipping the World’s First Office-Friendly Metal 3D Printing System


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Desktop Metal, the company devoted to making metal 3D printing accessible to manufacturers and engineers, today announced it has initiated shipping its Studio System™ to customers and resellers throughout Europe. The world's first office-friendly metal 3D printing system for functional prototyping and low volume production, has met with strong adoption in North America among leading companies, including Ford, Stanley Black and Decker, Google's ATAP, Goodyear, Owens Corning, and John Zink Hamworthy Combustion. Building on that momentum, the Studio System is now CE certified for international compatibility and being installed at customers throughout Europe, including France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

 

"When Desktop Metal first launched, we set forth a mission to fundamentally change how the world designs and produces metal additively manufactured parts, from functional prototyping to mass manufacturing," said Ric Fulop, CEO and co-founder of Desktop Metal. "We have been distributing on that vision throughout the U.S. and Canada, and are now set to step onto the international stage to further increase our business expansion and answer the awesome demand of the European market."

 

In anticipation of the international expansion, Desktop Metal has been working for more than a year with a select group of strategic customers as early stage evaluators of its technologies. These strategic partners have been a source of key user feedback on benchmark parts, materials, training and system usage. International customers of the Studio System span multiple industries, including automotive, education and defense, as well as service providers of luxury brands and consumer products. Leading companies, including BMW Group in Germany; Politecnico Di Milano, one of the largest technical universities in Europe and Additive Italia srl (Add+It) in Italy; EGIBIDE and Centro Avanzado de Fabricación (IMH) in Spain; Edalis, Soprofame and MSA in France; Weir Group and the city of Sheffield in the UK; Jade Groupe of Portugal, which skilled in metal parts production for the luxury fashion world; and BAZIGOS of Greece, a manufacturing firm specializing in high precision components, are among the first customers to benefit from the ease of use and accessibility provided by the Studio System.

 

 

The Machine Tool Institute (IMH) is an Advanced Manufacturing Center that offers specialized training in Advanced Manufacturing (AM) and Technological / Organizational Innovation services for companies. "At IMH, we are regularly seeking new complex manufacturing technologies to foster increased innovation among our students and business professionals in the Basque country," said Xabier Cearsolo, AM Department Manager, Centro Avanzado De Fabricacion - IMH. "The Desktop Metal Studio System should quickly become a key educational and training tool for those in the IMH community who are looking to expand their metal 3D printing knowledge and remain ahead of the curve."

EGIBIDE is a respected school and training center with 75 years of experience. "Our goal at EGIBIDE is to connect our students with the most expert tools and know-how of the society of the 21st century," said Jon Uriarte, Educator. "We decided to invest in the Desktop Metal Studio System to be at the forefront of metal AM technology. Also, the cost per part and easiness to install and operate - no laser, no powder - will allow increased technology transfer to our region's companies."

In addition to cargo now underway in USA, Canada and Europe, the Studio System is available to reserve in 48 countries, including Asia Pacific, EMEA, and Mexico. To offer superior customer service, the company has a growing global network of 85 sales partners and resellers, all experienced in manufacturing equipment submission. European customers submitting new orders can expect to receive their systems within eight weeks or sooner.



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Desktop Metal, the company devoted to making metal 3D printing accessible to manufacturers and engineers, today announced it has initiated shipping its Studio System™ to customers and resellers throughout Europe. The world's first office-friendly metal 3D printing system for functional prototyping and low volume production, has met with strong adoption in North America among leading companies, including Ford, Stanley Black and Decker, Google's ATAP, Goodyear, Owens Corning, and John Zink Hamworthy Combustion. Building on that momentum, the Studio System is now CE certified for international compatibility and being installed at customers throughout Europe, including France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

 

"When Desktop Metal first launched, we set forth a mission to fundamentally change how the world designs and produces metal additively manufactured parts, from functional prototyping to mass manufacturing," said Ric Fulop, CEO and co-founder of Desktop Metal. "We have been distributing on that vision throughout the U.S. and Canada, and are now set to step onto the international stage to further increase our business expansion and answer the awesome demand of the European market."

 

In anticipation of the international expansion, Desktop Metal has been working for more than a year with a select group of strategic customers as early stage evaluators of its technologies. These strategic partners have been a source of key user feedback on benchmark parts, materials, training and system usage. International customers of the Studio System span multiple industries, including automotive, education and defense, as well as service providers of luxury brands and consumer products. Leading companies, including BMW Group in Germany; Politecnico Di Milano, one of the largest technical universities in Europe and Additive Italia srl (Add+It) in Italy; EGIBIDE and Centro Avanzado de Fabricación (IMH) in Spain; Edalis, Soprofame and MSA in France; Weir Group and the city of Sheffield in the UK; Jade Groupe of Portugal, which skilled in metal parts production for the luxury fashion world; and BAZIGOS of Greece, a manufacturing firm specializing in high precision components, are among the first customers to benefit from the ease of use and accessibility provided by the Studio System.

 

 

The Machine Tool Institute (IMH) is an Advanced Manufacturing Center that offers specialized training in Advanced Manufacturing (AM) and Technological / Organizational Innovation services for companies. "At IMH, we are regularly seeking new complex manufacturing technologies to foster increased innovation among our students and business professionals in the Basque country," said Xabier Cearsolo, AM Department Manager, Centro Avanzado De Fabricacion - IMH. "The Desktop Metal Studio System should quickly become a key educational and training tool for those in the IMH community who are looking to expand their metal 3D printing knowledge and remain ahead of the curve."

EGIBIDE is a respected school and training center with 75 years of experience. "Our goal at EGIBIDE is to connect our students with the most expert tools and know-how of the society of the 21st century," said Jon Uriarte, Educator. "We decided to invest in the Desktop Metal Studio System to be at the forefront of metal AM technology. Also, the cost per part and easiness to install and operate - no laser, no powder - will allow increased technology transfer to our region's companies."

In addition to cargo now underway in USA, Canada and Europe, the Studio System is available to reserve in 48 countries, including Asia Pacific, EMEA, and Mexico. To offer superior customer service, the company has a growing global network of 85 sales partners and resellers, all experienced in manufacturing equipment submission. European customers submitting new orders can expect to receive their systems within eight weeks or sooner.



This article is originally posted on manufacturingtomorrow.com

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