We had an interesting discussion with Markforged about their recent acquisition, Digital Metal.
How is Digital Metal doing after their surprise acquisition by Markforged?
Markforged announced today that they’ve acquired metal 3D printer manufacturer Digital Metal.
Digital Metal launched a new metal 3D printer, and there’s some interesting implications.
Digital Metal announced a new “digital platform interface” that should allow their equipment to be used for major production applications.
Another week and more news on a dedicated cleaning station. But why so many announcements?
Digital Metal announced a partnership with Etteplan to expand their metal 3D printing business.
Digital Metal announced an accessory for their popular DM P2500 high-resolution metal 3D printer.
Digital Metal announced the availability of copper material for their metal 3D printer.
A company has the capability to produce high-resolution medical components in metal, but it seems no one is asking them to help.
Digital Metal has tripled the speed of their metal 3D printer, the DM P2500, and we speculate on how they accomplished it.
Digital Metal’s quiet change to their metal 3D printer might mean a new option for those seeking larger, high-resolution metal 3D prints.
Digital Metal announced two superalloys for their high-precision metal 3D printer. What does this mean for their competitors who cannot 3D print non-weldable materials?
Buying anything of great expense is a big decision, and particularly so for 3D printers.
Sweden-based Digital Metal is expanding.
Yesterday I described about Höganäs’ incredible Digital Metal 3D printing process, but I believe there are some strong implications here.
Who knew that one of the most amazing metal 3D printing technologies is hidden in Sweden?