Desktop Metal Introduces Live Parts

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Generative design takes a step forward with Desktop Metal’s new Live Parts software offering with SOLIDWORKS.

Read more at 3DPrint.com:
Live Parts announced: https://3dprint.com/202783/desktop-metal-solidworks/
Interview with Desktop Metal: https://3dprint.com/204014/live-parts-sww18-interview/

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