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Office-friendly metal 3D printing.
Designed as an end-to-end solution, it’s the
only way to print complex metal parts in-house.


10x cheaper

The Studio System+ is up to ten times cheaper than comparable laser-based systems. With purchase and payment plan pricing options, it’s the only metal 3D printing system that is cost-effective for engineering teams.

Built to scale

The system is designed to adapt to diverse business needs. The software auto-generates custom build plans optimized for multi-part jobs, while increased debind and sinter capacity enable scalable throughput for low volume production.


NO Hazardous Powders
NO Respirators
NO External Ventilation
NO 480V 3-Phase Power
NO Stress Relief
NO Dedicated Operators
NO Welded Supports
NO Special Facilities
NO Dangerous Lasers
NO 3rd Party Equipment

An end-to-end solution

The Studio System+ is a three-part solution that automates metal 3D printing. Tightly integrated through Desktop Metal’s cloud-based software, Fabricate™, it delivers a seamless workflow for printing complex metal parts in-house—from digital file to sintered part.


A software-controlled workflow

Fabricate™ software automates even the most challenging aspects of the fabrication process. It auto-generates supports for easy removal and creates custom build plans that are tuned to the geometry and material for every part in the job.


The printer shapes the parts

Unlike laser-based systems that selectively melt metal powder, the printer extrudes bound metal rods—similar to how an FDM printer works. This eliminates the safety requirements often associated with metal 3D printing while enabling new features like the use of closed-cell infill for lightweight strength.

SPEED: 16cm³/hr


BUILD AREA: 300mm(W) x 200mm(D) x 200mm(H)

How it works

Unlike laser-based systems that selectively melt metal powder, the Studio printer extrudes bound metal rods–similar to how a plastic FDM printer works. This eliminates the safety requirements associated with metal 3D printing while opening up new alloys and enabling new features like the use of closed-cell infill for lightweight strength.

The debinder prepares green parts for sintering

The debinder prepares green parts for sintering by dissolving primary binder. With a low emission design, it requires no external ventilation and is safe for an office environment. Automatic fluid distillation and recycling means there is no need to refill between each cycle.


VAPOUR MANAGEMENT: no external ventilation required

FOOT PRINT: 740mm(W) x 1020mm(H) x 570mm(D)

The furnace sinters the parts

Fully-automated with closed-loop thermal control, the furnace is the first to deliver industrial-strength sintering and an office-friendly package. Built-in profiles are tuned to every build and material to ensure uniform heating and cooling without the residual stresses introduced in laser-based systems.

GAS CONNECTION: 2 x 900L onboard canisters


FOOT PRINT: 1380mm(W) x 1620mm(D) x 750mm(H)

The New Features of the Studio System+

The system features the same office-friendly metal 3D printing as the original Studio System+
with new print capabilities and a scalable design for increased throughput.

Print at higher resolution.

A new swappable 250μm printhead with supporting software profiles enables new geometries and applications—achieving smaller parts and fine features with an improved surface finish.

Watch a live stream of the build.

An in-chamber build plate camera captures video of the part as it prints — viewable in a web browser. This gives the user a greater insight into their print and the ability to monitor print success.

Debind and sinter in bulk.

New stackable shelving increases part capacity of the debinder and furnace for greater throughput. Increased workload volume addresses bottlenecks typical at the debind and sinter stages.

Produce even better parts.

A new retort box design supports thermal uniformity—resulting in higher-quality parts.

Reduce operational costs.

External gas connections give the option to reduce the cost of consumables and achieve a lower cost-per-part.

Configure a Studio Fleet™.

New custom-configurable hardware solutions increase efficiency for low volume production of high-quality metal parts.

Prototype and mass produce with the same alloys

We designed our systems to use the same MIM (Metal Injection Molding) materials. This opens up an ecosystem of low-cost, high-quality alloys with a mature supply chain and well-studied process controls.

200+ compatible alloys

By enabling the use of metal powders from the MIM industry, our systems have access to a wide range of existing materials—from steels and aluminum to superalloys and titanium.

Up to 80% cheaper

Laser-based systems require specially formulated, cost-prohibitive metal powders. We use metal powder with a wide particle size distribution, enabling much lower materials costs.


For the first time, on-demand metal 3D printing will be able to deliver accessible and scalable manufacturing that adapts to diverse business needs, part requirements, production volumes and cost constraints.



The Studio System brings a wide range of critical alloys to 3D printing—including stainless steels, copper, and tool steels. Each alloy undergoes rigorous qualification by world-leading materials scientists, and our core materials consistently meet or exceed industry standards.

Core Alloys

17-4PH Download Datasheet
Stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance

316 L Download Datasheet
Stainless steel for corrosion resistance at high temps

Inconel 625
Superalloy for strength and corrosion resistance at high temperatures

AISI 4140
Low alloy, mid-carbon steel for high strength and toughness

For thermal and electrical conductivity

H13 Download Datasheet
Tool steel for hardness and abrasion resistance at elevated temperatures

Controlled thermal expansion alloy

Case Studies


Ford Motor Company

Built-Rite Tool & Die

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Alpha Precision Group


Ultra Machining Company


Metal 3D Printing at Scale