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Desktop Metal Qualifies Nickel Superalloy IN625 for Production System 3D Printing

Metal 3D printing mass production leader Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) has announced that nickel-chromium superalloy IN625 is the latest material qualified for high-volume 3D printing with its industrial Production System,…

3D Printed Injection Molding and Anisotropy Targeted by Covestro

Upon acquiring the Functional Materials unit of Royal DSM, Covestro has been busy developing new 3D printing materials for a variety of applications. These range from TPU for insoles to…

AM Investment Strategies: SPACs, Spats, and More in 3D Printing Finance

The AM Investment Strategies summit from Stifel and SmarTech Analysis went off without a hitch on September 9, 2021, bringing together some of the leading executives and experts from the…

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Desktop Metal Adds Hydraulics 3D Printing to Portfolio with Aidro Acquisition

Massachusetts-based metal 3D printing leader Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM), which went public via a SPAC deal in December of 2020, has been announcing a string of industry acquisitions since then,…

3D Printing News Briefs, September 2, 2021: VELO3D, EOS, & More

In 3D Printing News Briefs today, VELO3D is expanding its team in Europe, and Etihad Engineering is working with EOS and Baltic3D on an R&D project. Moving on from business…

AM Investment Strategies Profile: The ExOne Company

Among the firms that will be participating in the SmarTech – Stifel AM Investment Strategies 2021 summit on September 9, 2021 is ExOne (Nasdaq: XONE), whose CEO John Hartner will be involved in…

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Stifel: Leading the Charge in 3D Printing Investment Banking Advisory

In a recent 3DPrint.com PRO article, I had the opportunity to speak to Stephen Butkow and Bryan Dow, Managing Directors at Stifel’s Global Technology Investment Banking Group. The interview provided…

3D Printing Financials: ExOne Shares Soar with Record Revenues and Acquisition News

ExOne (Nasdaq: XONE) posted record revenue of $18.8 million for its second quarter in 2021 amid news that it was being acquired by Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM). While navigating a…

3D Printing Financials: Desktop Metal Reports High Revenues, Losses and the Acquisition of ExOne

It’s only been seven months since Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) went public. Still, the Massachusetts 3D printing business has already made some massive announcements, including the acquisition of pioneer binder…

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A Metal 3D Printing Leader Emerges: Desktop Metal to Buy ExOne

Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) and ExOne (Nasdaq: XONE) have announced that the former will buy all shares of common stock of the latter, establishing a leader in the metal binder…

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Metal 3D Printing with Cobalt Chrome Added to Desktop Health’s Dental Portfolio

Desktop Health, the recently launched healthcare business within Desktop Metal, Inc. (NYSE: DM), creates, manufactures, and markets a suite of 3D printing and biofabrication solutions, but dental applications have been…

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Apple’s Steve Wozniak to 3D Print Satellite Chassis with Desktop Metal’s Titanium

Titanium is the lifeblood of metal 3D printing. As the technology was initially driven by the aerospace and weapons sectors, it has become the metal of choice for its high…

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Desktop Metal Buys Multi-Material 3D Printing Startup Aerosint

Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) has bought Aerosint, a firm that has developed a system capable of multi-material metal and polymer 3D printing on sintering systems. Aerosint’s technology can selectively dispense…

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Desktop Health Buys Tech for 3D Printing Eardrum Grafts

On April 15th, 2013, during the annual Boston Marathon, two homemade pressure cooker bombs were planted near the finish line of the race, sadly killing three people and injuring more…

Desktop Metal Qualifies 4140 Low-Alloy Steel for High-Volume 3D Printing on Production System

While definitely interested in other AM materials such as polymer, wood, and resin, Massachusetts-based Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) is, first and foremost, a metal 3D printing company; it is in…

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: June 13, 2021

In this week’s events and webinars roundup, we’re covering topics like software, metal binder jetting, 3D printing for the luxury sector, and more. So let’s dive right in! What’s New…

Robotic Grippers Optimized with nTopology and Desktop Metal 3D Printing

Our regular readers will know that Executive Editor Joris Peels is enthusiastic about application-specific 3D printing endeavors, seeing the benefits additive manufacturing (AM) can bring to everything from nozzles and…

3D Printing Financials: Markforged Gross Profits up 31.9%

Ahead of its upcoming SPAC merger, Markforged has announced the financial results for its first quarter of 2021. Those watching the 3D printing market, will likely be watching how it…

3D Printing Financials: Desktop Metal Revenue Up 35% From Last Quarter, Losses Still High  

Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) disclosed a mixed first-quarter earnings report for 2021, with revenue up 234% year-over-year and 35% quarterly to $11.3 million, mainly due to the acquisition of EnvisionTEC…

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Desktop Metal Buys 3D Printing Resin Maker Adaptive3D

Since its 2020 IPO, Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) has been growing quickly, making three acquisitions already so far in 2021. After polymer pioneer EnvisionTEC and wood 3D printing startup Forust,…

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Desktop Health Receives FDA Clearance for Denture 3D Printing Material

Desktop Metal’s (NYSE: DM) recently launched medical division, Desktop Health, has just earned its first major pedigree as a new business unit: FDA clearance. Desktop Health’s proprietary resin, Flexcera Base,…

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Forust: Desktop Metal Unveils Wood 3D Printing Technology

Is Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM) aiming for the most diverse portfolio of 3D printing technologies on the market? The company has made another acquisition that adds wood 3D printing to…

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Shapeways to List Via SPAC, Desktop Metal as Investor

Desktop Metal, Velo3D, Rocket Lab, and Markforged are going the special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) route, while Rokit and Massivit are launching their own IPOs. Now Shapeways is to list…

3D Printing News Briefs, April 24, 2021: PrinterPrezz & Vertex Manufacturing, VELO3D, ASTM International, Desktop Metal

PrinterPrezz and Vertex Manufacturing are working together to enhance AM workflows for the medical industry, and VELO3D has a new board member. ASTM International has issued its annual Request for…