The world’s first metal binder jetting system designed to bring metal 3D printing to machine shops.
The Shop System™ introduces high quality binder jetting to an entirely new market of machine shops. Shops can now cost effectively 3D print end use metal parts with unparalleled speed and productivity
Easy to Operate
Designed with the modern machine shop in mind, the Shop System™ is built to fit seamlessly into your workflow. Produce parts with superior surface finish and resolution versus laser-based 3D printing systems at a fraction of the cost.
Optimized powders & parameters
Get started quickly with a turnkey, end-to-end 3D printing solution. The Shop System™ features Desktop Metal-engineered powders and processing parameters, optimized to deliver exceptional part quality and ensure part-to-part repeatability.
Use 3D printing to amplify your shop’s output. Effortlessly print end-use metal parts with the quality, surface finish and tolerances required to co-exist with machining.
The Shop System™ is a tooling-free manufacturing process. Change over to a new job at the press of a button and process multiple complex jobs without the need for custom setups.
The Shop System™ printer features the most advanced printhead on the market with over 70,000 nozzles jetting 1.2pL droplets at nearly 10 kHZ to achieve high resolution, 3D printed parts at a fraction of the cost of laser-based systems.¹
2- Powder Station
With easy access portholes, a hand-held air pick, built-in powder sieving and recycling, and a vacuum port for easy powder maintenance, the powder station provides closed-loop powder management and recycling.
The Shop System™ furnace is a shop-safe high-temp sintering oven built for cost-effective high throughput of 3D printed parts. Featuring external gas hook-up and adjustable shelving, the furnace easily and affordably scales to mid-volume manufacturing.
Developed by an in-house team of world-leading materials scientists and 3D printing innovators - as well as industry partners around the globe - Desktop Metal materials are designed to ensure print success and produce high-quality metal and composite parts.
In addition to materials that are already available, our team is always working to develop new materials and processes to make 3D printing accessible to all industries and applications.
17-4 Stainless Steel
a precipitation hardening steel with mildly corrosive resistance and high strength.
316L Stainless Steel
Characterized by its corrosion resistance and performance at both high and low temperatures.
Cobalt Chrome (F75) is an alloy of Cobalt and Chrome for use in demanding applications and characterized by its corrosion resistance with high strength and wear resistance.