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Markforged to Acquire Digital Metal, Expand Additive Manufacturing Production of Metal Parts
Markforged is acquiring Sweden-based Digital Metal for about $32 million and said its technology will help manufacturers use 3D printing to mass produce complex metal parts.

Desktop Metal to Acquire ExOne for Leadership in Additive Manufacturing for Mass Production
Desktop Metal and ExOne, both of which claim to be 3D printing pioneers, plan to combine their offerings in a broad portfolio for additive manufacturing at scale.

Desktop Metal Buys Multi-Material Deposition System Firm Aerosint
3D printing firm Desktop Metal has acquired Aerosint, a Belgian maker of a system that uses a patented process enabling full three-dimensional control of material placement.

Italian Sheet Metal Manufacturer Uses nTopology Software for 3D-Printed Grippers
Preziosa Francesco worked with Add-it design engineers, Desktop Metal 3D printers, and nTopology software to quickly create grippers for its robotic cell and press bending machine.

Desktop Metal Acquires Adaptive3D, Adding Elastomer Capabilities to Materials Portfolio
Adaptive3D said its printed elastomer technology complements Desktop Metal's Xtreme 8K mass-production printers for high-speed, high-volume production of cost-effective parts.

Additive Manufacturing Production System Can Now Use 316L Stainless Steel, Says Desktop Metal
Desktop Metal said it has qualified 316L stainless steel, which is useful in applications requiring hygiene and durability, for use in its Production System P-50.

Desktop Metal Debuts Studio System 2
Metal printing system opens up way for designers and engineers to print high-performance metal parts in the office, company says.

Desktop Metal to Buy EnvisionTEC
Acquisition will enable ability to enter market for volume product polymer additive manufacturing.

Simulation Software Tackles Sintering in Additive Manufacturing
Desktop Metal says use of the new software largely eliminates the need for physical trial and error, and makes possible using binder jet sintering on challenging geometries.

Materialise Introduces Build Processor Support for Desktop Metals Systems
This strategic partnership will help reduce the complexity for companies looking to scale their 3D printing operations, companies say.

Department of Defense Bestows Multi-Million Dollar Award on Desktop Metal
The award will fund the development of a cost-effective additive manufacturing process to manufacture Cobalt-free hardmetals into complex, net or near-net shaped parts without the use of any tooling.

Four Companies Offering 3D Metal Printing Solutions Named IDC Innovators
IDC Innovators are companies that have introduced innovative new technologies or business models.

Bridging CAD to Additive Manufacturing
Plug-ins and new formats help preserve model integrity in the roundtrip journey.

Metal Short-Run 3D Printing on Rapid Growth Trajectory
This growth includes expansion into markets where printing on-demand parts and components is attractive, such as healthcare, aerospace and automotive.

KDT Leads $160 Million Investment in Desktop Metal
Combined funding rounds are now at $438 million, reportedly making Desktop Metal a highly funded private 3D printing outfit.


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