Production System

Metal 3D Printing

Metal 3D Printing for Mass Production

Introducing the Desktop Metal Production System – The first metal 3D printing system for mass production. The Desktop Metal Production System delivers the speed, quality, and cost-per-part needed to compete with traditional manufacturing processes. The Production System is ideal for complex, high-performance metal parts at high volumes. Since no tooling is needed, it can outperform traditional manufacturing processes like casting while adding major benefits of additive manufacturing like just-in-time production and mass customization.

100x faster

Breakthrough Single Pass Jetting™ technology delivers speeds up to 12,000cm3/hr—more than 100x faster than quad-laser metal printers and over 4x faster than the closest binder jetting alternative. With zero tooling required, it’s the fastest way to manufacture complex metal parts.

20x lower cost

Low-cost MIM powder, high throughput, and simple post-processing deliver per-part costs that are competitive with traditional manufacturing processes—and up to 20x lower than today’s metal 3D printing systems.

Reserve a Desktop Metal Production System

We are accepting reservations for the Production System. Shipping priority is based on the order in which reservations are received. Reserve a Production System for $5,000.

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Build Area

330mm x 330mm x 330mm
(12.99in x 12.99in x 12.99in)

Build Speed

up to 8200 cm3/hr

Resolution

<50um voxels

Powered by Single Pass Jetting

The Production system is based on a new approach to metal 3D printing—Single Pass Jetting (SPJ). Created by the inventors of the binder jetting and the single pass inkjet processes, Single Pass Jetting builds metal parts in a matter of minutes instead of hours.
Build Area: H 330mm W 330mm D 330mm
Resolution: <50um voxels
Speed: up to 8200 cm3/hr

Competitive cost-per-part


The production system is ideal for the production of complex, high-performance metal parts at high volumes. Since no tooling is needed, it can outperform traditional manufacturing processes like casting while adding major benefits of additive manufacturing like just-in-time production and mass customization.