Take control of your supply chain with CT scanning and 3D printing
More than 80% of supply chains faced interruptions in 2020. How resilient are your operations?
Desktop Metal, Inc., a global leader in additive manufacturing technologies for mass production, and Lumafield, a startup offering the world’s first accessible industrial X-ray CT platform, have teamed up to offer manufacturers a complete solution to quickly and accurately produce high-demand parts with an easy system to scan and 3D print.
Manufacturers can quickly create printable, digital files of complex parts by scanning them in the Lumafield Neptune CT-scanner, which captures both external and internal features in detail, using powerful cloud-based software that can be exported for 3D printing on any metal or polymer 3D printer from Desktop Metal or its ETEC brand of DLP polymer printers.
- The Desktop Metal Shop System, which was built as a turnkey solution for smaller enterprises and is offered in a 4-, 8-, 12- or 16-liter package. Also offered: The Studio System, X-Series, or any Production System model, which includes the P-1 and P-50 – the latter of which is the world’s fastest system to 3D print metal parts at scale.
- The ETEC D4K, P4K, Envision One XL or Xtreme 8K, which offer a wide range of price points, build volumes and potential polymer material sets, including elastomers, hard plastics, high temperature plastics, and biocompatible materials.
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