A fresh retort box design is believed to increase thermal uniformity, resulting throughout higher-quality parts. The Studio System+ is said to incorporates new print capabilities in addition to hardware updates designed for enhanced throughput.
The Studio System, which Plastic Injection Moulds Manufacturers made it’s debut in 2017, was said to be the world’s first office-friendly metal AM system for rapid prototyping, meant to make metal AM more available, thereby enabling design and engineering teams to create metal parts faster and minus the need for special facilities, specialist operators or expensive tooling.
This three-part solution includes the WAS machine, a debinder and any furnace, and offers process automation by integration with Desktop Metal’s cloud-based computer software..
Improved software is reported to provide automatic mould lock prevention, section positioning and fleet management, while new stackable shelving in the debinding and sintering units improves part capacity for greater throughput. In addition, the system now offers the possibility to connect to external gas tanks or a house gas line, reducing the cost of consumables and resulting in lower cost-per-part.