The Desktop Metal Studio System 2 was designed from the ground-up to fit into your team’s workflow. With no solvents, no loose metal powders or lasers and very little operator intervention required, the system makes it easy to start printing metal parts - no third party equipment or special facilities required.
The Desktop Metal Studio System 2 features a two-step process that eliminates the need for solvents and uses materials that can be easily stored and handled, making it ideal for use in an office environment - no special facilities and no respiratory PPE needed. The only requirements are an internet connection, ventilation and power, making it easy to quickly start printing metal.
Making complex, high-performance metal parts has never been easier. Featuring a breakthrough two-step process, Next-Generation Separable Supports, and a software-controlled workflow, the Desktop Metal Studio System 2 makes it simpler than ever to produce custom metal parts.
You don’t need to be an expert metallurgist or machinist to create complex metal parts. With our Fabricate software, native to Desktop Metal Studio System 2, all aspects of part creation - from printing through sintering - are automated. The software automatically scales your part, orients it for print and sintering success, generates separable supports, and applies expert metallurgy to optimize fabrication. Simply upload your design and follow the onboard UI for step-by-step guidance.
With easy-to-use hardware, the Desktop Metal Studio System 2 allows you to spend less time managing equipment and more time designing and fabricating parts. Change printheads with the press of a button, and change materials quickly with a refillable cartridge system that allows users to easily load material during print jobs and store excess material safely. A fully-accessible printer and sintering volume and a configurable furnace retort allow for maximum flexibility.
The Desktop Metal Studio System 2 leverages data and feedback from thousands of prints and hundreds of customers. Designed to deliver outstanding part success and excellent surface finish, the system allows users to achieve first-time part success across a wide range of geometries. This is made possible by a fully re-engineered material platform, updated interface technology and new print profiles.
Easily produce difficult-to-machine parts featuring complex geometry like undercuts and internal channels. Fabricate, the software at the heart of the Desktop Metal Studio System, automates complicated metallurgical processes to produce high-quality parts with densities and feature accuracy similar to casting.
A heated build chamber and Desktop Metal - engineered print profiles produce excellent surface finish right out of the furnace, while a high strength gyroid infill now lightweights parts. With materials that meet or exceed MPIF standards and the use of high metal volume fraction media, high-pressure extrusion and vacuum sintering at temperatures of up to 1400°C, the system produces parts with densities of up to 98 percent - similar to cast parts.
Up to 10x less expensive than comparable laser-based systems The only complete metal 3D printing system that is cost-effective for prototyping.
By eliminating lasers and powders, the Desktop Metal Studio System is safe for any facility. Unlike other systems, there is no third-party equipment, external ventilation or special facilities required – just power and an internet connection.
Existing systems weld parts to supports, requiring extensive machining or wire EDM to remove the part. An industry first, proprietary separable supports make it possible to remove support structures by hand. Metal post-processing challenges are virtually eliminated.
The Desktop Metal Studio System’s precision ensures high quality parts, with densities between 96-99%, depending on the alloy, with parts performing similar to wrought.
Designed with the world’s foremost metallurgists, the Desktop Metal Studio System 2 combines unique material profiles with part data to construct exact print and sinter plans for every part. Bulk sintering and careful process controls enable mechanical properties similar to traditional metalworking processes.
By enabling the use of metal powders from the MIM industry, the Desktop Metal Studio System has access to a wide range of existing materials, from steels and aluminum to super alloys and titanium. More than 200 materials are compatible, compared to approximately 15 materials offered by laser-based systems.
While changing materials in a laser-based system poses safety risks and can take a week or more, the Desktop Metal Studio printer was designed with safe-to-handle, swappable media cartridges and quick release print heads for seamless material changes.