Welcome to The Desktop Metal Shop System™
The world’s first metal binder jetting system.
3D print end uses metal parts with unmatched speed and performance
The Desktop Metal Shop System™
The Shop System™ printer features the highest-resolution printhead on the market with more than 70,000 nozzles jetting 1pL droplets at nearly 10 kHZ to achieve high-resolution, 3D printed parts at a fraction of the laser-based systems’ cost and speed.
The powder station offers closed loop powder control and recycling with easy access portholes, handheld air select, built-in powder sieving and recycling, and a vacuum port for easy powder maintenance.
The Shop System™ furnace is a shop-safe high-temperature sintering oven designed to provide cost-effective 3D printed parts throughput. The furnace conveniently and affordably scales to mid-volume manufacturing with external gas hook-up and flexible shelving.
How The Desktop Metal Shop System™ is Changing How Businesses Are Run
New designs, fast innovation and new business models
Additive manufacturing facilitates the fast functional prototyping of complex automotive components and the creation of on-demand devices-growing versatility in design, shortening timelines for product development and streamlining production.
The technology also allows for new business models and supply chains focused on regional manufacturing, digital warehouses and on demand manufacturing of both custom products and spare parts.
Market-tested goods and custom components
3D printing supports both product creation and manufacturing for the consumer goods manufacturers. It allows for rapid testing of designs and collecting customer feedback during development, and can create low-volume, regionally focused, or mass-produced parts without tooling during production.
Develop future leaders in advanced fabrication
Educational institutions will accelerate the discovery and acceptance of the technology through investments in 3D printing. Students will gain practical experience by designing and developing their own usable components, and building the skills required for careers in manufacturing next-generation.
Bringing disruptive technology to the campus also enables students to explore new 3D printing techniques, and can promote new partnerships between research institutions and industry.
Customized, complex pieces made simple-from discovery of design to replacement parts
Machine designers can print and check several iterations of a component using 3D printing to speed up design optimization. With greater freedom of design, engineers can build unattainable parts by machining, and simplify large assemblies into smaller parts.
Manufacturers can design and print new and replacement parts on demand without the need for tooling, removing the need for thousands of different parts to be warehoused.
Highly crafted, dynamic parts in hard to produce materials