We recently had the pleasure of paying a visit to the Massachusetts-based headquarters of Desktop Metal, the pioneering 3D printing company that is making affordable metal 3D printing a reality. Check out our in-depth tour of the facilities and exclusive interview with co-founder Jonah Myerberg.
Desktop Metal has filed a lawsuit against Markforged for allegedly copying portions of the Massachusetts-based startup's patented metal 3D printing processes. After looking through the court documents, we found that the allegations showcase an interesting history between the two competitors.
All3DP talks to Desktop Metal Co-Founder and CTO Jonah Myerberg about the company's groundbreaking metal 3D printing technology.
The Massachusetts 3D printing startup Desktop Metal has started shipping its Studio System to customers in the "Pioneer" program.
Desktop Metal is partnering with Dassault Systèmes to develop Live Parts, a new generative design tool. This new experimental technology is exclusive to SOLIDWORKS users, and aims to simplify generative design for 3D printing.
Desktop Metal received $115 million in funding and by September this year, the first 3D printer will be available with the more expensive option ready for next year.
Desktop Metal has raised $65 million during its latest funding round. The new financing, which was led by Ford Motor Company, brings the Boston-based 3D printing startup's total investment amount to $277 million.
Forging a new path for more accessible metal 3D printing, Desktop Metal has been granted patents for its Separable Supports technology. Designed to make metal 3D printing more accessible and safer, the tech means multi-material metal printing and hand-removable supports.
Desktop Metal is now accepting pre-orders from companies across Europe for its metal end-to-end 3D printing Studio System.
TCT Show 2017 might be over, but the innovation has just begun. Here's our recap of the best 3D printing moments from this year's conference.