Office friendly metal 3D printing. Studio System, designed as an end-to-end solution for office use, is the easiest way to print metal parts.

Studio system with printer, debinder and furnace has a very high price advantage compared to similar laser based systems. The Studio System eliminates the use of lasers and metal powders, making it safe for any facility. The Studio System 3D metal printer uses compressed metal bars with the Bound Metal Deposition ™ (BMD) method, similar to the operation of plastic FDM printers. This eliminates the safety requirements associated with 3D metal printing; that is, no laser, harmful atmosphere, material overflow, dust bin for filling or 3D printers provide a healthy 3D printing without a separate screening system.

10 times cheaper

The Studio System is 10 times cheaper than the laser-based systems similar to the metal 3D printer. With the purchase and subscription pricing options, it is the only cost-effective single metal 3D printing system on the market for engineering teams.

Safe for Office

Studio We have destroyed lasers and powders to make the system safe for any facility. Unlike other systems, no need for third-party equipment or special facilities (power and internet connection only).

End-to-End Solution

Studio System is a three-part solution that automates metal 3D printing. Integrated with Desktop Metal’s cloud-based software, this 3D printer provides a seamless workflow for printing complex metal parts, from digital file to sintered parts.

Desktop Metal Studio System Advantages:

  • 10 times cheaper than existing metal printer solutions
  • Cost-effective and single end-to-end metal 3D printer for engineering groups
  • No hazardous dust environment, no need for extra ventilation.
  • No LASER or dangerous special equipment required.
  • Thanks to its technology, the ort Residual Stress St problem is eliminated.
  • No experienced operator is required to use it.


Unlike laser-based systems that will selectively melt metal powder, the printer will compress the bonded metal bars similar to the way an FDM printer works. This eliminates the safety requirements for metal 3D printing, which allows new features such as the use of closed-cell seal for light metal strength.


The binder dissolves the primary binder and prepares the green parts for sintering. It does not require external ventilation with low emission design and is safe for an office environment. Automatic fluid distillation and recycling means there is no need to refill between each cycle.


Fully automated furnace with closed loop thermal control, industrial power sintering and office friendly package. The internal profiles are adjusted for each structure and material to ensure uniform heating and cooling without permanent stresses in laser-based systems.

Desktop Metal Materials

2 alloys come ready for use:

  • 17-4PH (stainless steel)
  • 316 L (wear-resistant steel)

More than 30 alloys in the R & D process;

  • AISI 4140 (carbon alloy steel)
  • Copper (thermal and electrical conductive copper)
  • Inconel 625 (superalloy, strength, abrasion resistance)
  • H13 (tool steel, hardness and abrasion resistance)
  • Kovar (thermal amplitude alloy)
  • Ti64 (light, strong titanium alloy)
  • 410,420,430,440 (martensite and ferromagnetic metal)
  • Copper, Aluminum (2024,6061)

Technicial Specifications:

Production Table:

305 x 205 x 205 mm

System Size:

830 x 530 x 950 mm (3D printer), 754 x 1300 x 1580 mm (oven)

Printing Technology:

Bound Metal Deposition (BMD)

Layer Thickness:

50 – 300 microns


120V, 20A, 50 – 60Hz (3D Printer); 208V Three Phase (Furnace)