Desktop Metal Aims To Offer Office-Friendly, Affordable Metal 3D Printing
When the world talks about 3D printing all we think are these swanky machines that are hooked onto the computer, read a digitalised version of the object that needs to be printed and translates that information to the core machine that starts frantically layering on/ off resin to form the desired object. The key to remember here is that all this happens on resin or some sort of plastic material that does look like a replica of the host but in functionality is no were close. Now when I say metal printing, this is where things get exciting. We are no longer talking about pretty looking lookalikes, but workable models that can fit together making it as sturdy, or even sturdier than its parent. If all this sounds interesting visit the Desktop metal site.