Desktop Metal Begins Shipping

December 21, 2017

Eight months after its initial introduction, Desktop Metal, Burlington, MA, announced that it has
begun shipping its metal 3D printer to early pioneer customers as part of the Studio System™ rollout.
Participating in Desktop Metal’s Pioneers Program, Google’s Advanced Technology and Products (ATAP) group is the first o receive the Studio printer. Other Pioneer customers span six industries – heavy machinery, consumer electronics, automotive, service bureaus, machine shops, and government and education. Benchmark parts range from tooling, prototyping, and jigs and fixtures, to end-use parts for functional applications.

“Since the launch of our Pioneers Program, we have seen really passionate engineers and world-class companies begin to develop benchmark metal 3D printed parts with the Studio System,” says Ric Fulop, CEO and co-founder of Desktop Metal. “We are excited to begin shipping our Studio printer to these early pioneer customers and sales partners, including Google’s ATAP, and, over the next several months, will be working closely with each to learn more about how engineers want to use our system.”

For more, www.desktopmetal.com.

 

See also: Desktop Metal, Inc.

Technologies: Other

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