Desktop Metal adds Fiber to its product line-up

Published 01 November 2019

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, 3d printing, hardware, materials, tech, desktop metal

Based on a new process called Micro Automated Fiber Replacement (AFP), Desktop Metal has launched its latest 3D printing technology for industrial grade continuous fibre composite materials.

It says that the new process will allow users to print parts with in a broad range of materials, that traditionally required million dollar AFP systems.

Fiber seems targeted at custom or SME production: featuring a large build envelope, a robotic tool changer, and it has designed to be arranged in print farm configuration of 6 or 10 printers.

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