Desktop Metal Expands Partnership with SolidCAM to Four Countries

A new CNC + AM co-marketing campaign will showcase how Desktop Metal’s AM 2.0 technology complements SolidCAM’s software and machining solutions.

A new CNC + AM co-marketing campaign will showcase how Desktop Metal’s AM 2.0 technology complements SolidCAM’s software and machining solutions.

Desktop Metal has expanded its relationship with CNC software innovator SolidCAM, creator of the iMachining toolpath technology and a distributor of solutions to precision metal manufacturers worldwide.

 

SolidCAM, which was founded in 1984, has offered Desktop Metal products in Germany since 2021. Now, it will offer Desktop Metal solutions for direct printing of metal to customers in the United States, where SolidCAM has technology centers at its U.S. headquarters in Newton, PA, and Rancho Cucamonga, CA, as well as the United Kingdom, Israel and India. SolidCAM has about 100 direct sales team members worldwide.

New CNC + AM Center of Excellence showrooms are being completed in Pennsylvania, Germany and the UK to demonstrate how Desktop Metal’s AM 2.0 solutions complement traditional subtractive machining technology and workflows. Additional facilities are also slated for completion in California, Israel and India.

 

“The Desktop Metal team is delighted to announce an expansion of our relationship with SolidCAM, a brand that is long trusted by machinists worldwide,” says Ric Fulop, founder and CEO of Desktop Metal. “This expanded partnership means that more CNC professionals will learn how easy it is to 3D print and sinter complex designs on our Studio System and Shop System metal AM offerings, freeing up capacity on CNC equipment, as well as machinist’s time.”

“Our Schramberg Technology Center has already added a Desktop Metal Studio System to its current CNC machines, and we’re in the process of adding more Studio System and Shop System printers to our facilities worldwide so we can demonstrate how this additive manufacturing technology is complementary to CNC machining equipment,” says Dr. Emil Somekh, Founder and CEO of SolidCAM. “The growing impact of additive manufacturing has been well documented. During the COVID-19 epidemic, 3D printing played a critical role in repairing vulnerabilities in supply chains, especially in the medical sector, and we think it can help improve the throughput of supply chains that remain challenged today.”

SolidCAM will be showcasing Desktop Metal equipment and solutions in its booth at IMTS 2022 Sept. 12-17 in Chicago in Booth No. 134502. Desktop Metal will also have two booths at the show, No. 433103 and 432212, where it will be showcasing its metal, polymer and digital metal casting Additive Manufacturing 2.0 solutions. To learn more about the International Manufacturing Technology Show, produced by the Association For Manufacturing Technology, click here.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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