As children, we were fascinated with Play-Doh. Excited by the idea of turning a simple cylinder block of soft dough into a monster, pizza, village or whatever else our minds could come up with! Lucky for us, we don’t have to completely grow out of this thanks to 3D printing. And with Desktop Metal 3D printers our designs and ideas are much more permanent. Read on to discover what metal 3D printing is bringing to the table.
October 3, 2018
This week's Product Story showcases Built-Rite Tool & Die and their use of Desktop Metal Solutions.
Built-Rite Tool & Die is a mold-making and design firm in Massachusetts with expertise in precision mold manufacturing. They specialize in the production of molds for plastic injection molding.
The 3D printing world is constantly changing. One of the aspects we are enthralled with is the different types of material becoming available. However, different material requires different technology. Keep reading to find out more about printing metal parts with the Desktop Metal Studio System.
With the announcement of the new Studio System+, Desktop Metal is bringing additional innovative capabilities to the world’s first office-friendly metal 3D printing solution for rapid prototyping. The three-part system, including printer, debinder and furnace, automates metal 3D printing by integration with Desktop Metal’s cloud-based software to deliver a seamless workflow —from digital file to sintered part.
Built to scale, the new Studio Fleet leverages Studio System+ technology, including a software-controlled workflow and stackable shelving for batch processing. For the first time, on-demand metal 3D printing will deliver accessible and scalable manufacturing that adapts to diverse business needs, part requirements, production volumes and cost constraints.
September 6, 2018
This week's Product Story showcases Lumenium LLC. and their use of Desktop Metal Solutions.
Lumenium LLC. develops an innovative family of internal combustion engines. The Inverse Displacement Asymmetrical Rotational (IDAR) engine is a novel and totally singular design for producing powerful, efficient, internal combustion.
May 25, 2018
Did you know TriMech offers more products outside of SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys? We offer a variety of solutions that may be perfect for your business. You don't have to just take our word for it though. We have a Solution Partner On-Demand Webinar Series where you have a chance to learn about each one.
April 16, 2018
Each year, the Additive Manufacturing User Group–AMUG, holds a conference for users by users. AMUG 2018 was held in St. Louis, MI, at the Union Station Hotel. The purpose for this event is to give you exposure to the industry's biggest names, as well as the opportunity to network and ask questions.
The long awaited time has finally arrived for Desktop Metal customers in the pioneer program. The first printers from their Studio System are shipping! This printer set is FDM based, including a debinder and sintering furnace. According to Desktop Metal, their printer is ten times less expensive than existing technology today.
July 20, 2017
Last week, TriMech's 3D printer team gathered in the Marlborough, MA office for a week full of team building and training activities. Our territory reps and additive manufacturing application engineers traveled in from all over the east coast to bond over the one thing we all have in common - our love for 3D printing technology and providing our clients with the best engineering solutions. This is what our week looked like:
July 12, 2017
MIT Technology Review just released the 50 Smartest Companies in 2017, and Desktop Metal made the list coming in at #19. Here's why this should spark your attention.
In 2015, Desktop Metal was founded with one goal in mind — to make metal 3D printing more accessible for engineering teams. The Studio System™ does just that by providing an end-to-end solution for companies to print metal parts in-house. Here is the four-step metal 3D printing process that makes it possible.