At Desktop Metal, we remain steadfast in our commitment to deliver the next generation of Additive Manufacturing 2.0 technologies that will drive 3D printing into serial, volume production.


That’s why we’re all in on #binderjetting —  a technology invented at MIT by Desktop Metal co-founder Ely Sachs. We’re not the only ones.


In the links below, you can see a new video that shows how BMW Group is using binder jetting for serial production to virtually eliminate emissions at its Landshut Light Metal Foundry. Next, we have more content that shows how we’re transitioning binder jetting for direct 3D printing of metal parts with customers such as FreeFORM and DSB Technologies. 


We truly believe that binder jet 3D printing will help deliver a more sustainable production method for years to come, largely because of its high speed, low waste and cost, as well as material flexibility.