Desktop Metal will exhibit 3D printing technologies for first time at IMTS


Desktop Metal, the company committed to bringing metal 3D printing to engineers and manufacturers will be exhibiting its breakthrough technologies for both prototyping and mass production of metal parts for the first time at IMTS.

CEO Ric Fulop and CTO Jonah Myerberg will be attending to brief attendees so they can offer real-time insight into how metal 3D printing is poised to affect the future of manufacturing by taking them through the following:

On-site demo of the Studio System, the office-friendly, affordable metal 3D printing system designed for engineers.

The Production System — the first metal 3D printer designed for mass production that will allow additive manufacturing to finally deliver the speed, quality, and cost-per-part needed to compete with traditional manufacturing processes.

In-depth look at customer use cases that depict how its systems are being applied across a wide variety of industries.

Tutorials from its generative design experts showcasing the latest advancements with Live Parts software.

The team from Desktop Metal will be available in Booth 432300 throughout the show in addition to participating in speaking sessions on Wednesday and Thursday. They encourage attendees to come hear from experts during their presentations.