Desktop Metal Receives Multi-Million Dollar Award From Department of Defense for the Development of High-Volume Manufacturing Process to Mass Produce Cobalt-Free Hardmetal Parts

  1. Based on published speeds of binder jetting and laser powder bed fusion systems comparable to the Production System™ available as of August 25, 2020 and using comparable materials and processing parameters.
  2. John J. Pittari, III; Steven M. Kilczewski; Jeffrey J. Swab; Kristopher A. Darling; Billy C. Hornbuckle; Heather A. Murdoch; Robert J. Dowding; “Cemented Carbide Containing Tungsten Carbide and Finegrained Iron Alloy Binder”, US 2018/0142331 A1, May 24, 2018.
  3. Source: Global Market Insights ( https://www.gminsights.com/industry-analysis/tungsten-carbide-powder-market).

 



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Lynda McKinney
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lyndamckinney@desktopmetal.com

National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS)
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Pam.Hurt@ncms.org



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