Desktop Metal's Efficiency Has 90% Cost-Per-Part Savings CADimensions

Built-Rite Tool & Die is a mold-making and design firm in Massachusetts. Challenges with injection mold manufacturing include high tooling costs, extended lead times, and complex designs of mold assembly components. Built-Rite assessed the technology fit of the Studio System, the office-friendly metal 3D printing system from Desktop Metal, to improve operations and evaluated part performance of a printed mold cavity insert. Findings on Desktop Metal’s efficiency from these initial tests include 90% cost-per-part savings and demonstrate the potential for the Studio System in tooling applications. Read the case study here.

 

If you are not familiar with who Desktop Metal is they are a new 3D Printing company based out of Boston, MA whose goal is to redefine the metal 3D Printing world. With over $100 million in funding from companies like Google, GE and even Stratasys, our long-time 3D Printer Partner, they have been able to bring to market a new system that is set to revolutionize the metal 3D Printing industry.


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