Designed for engineers as an end-to-end solution, the Studio System is the only way to print metal parts in-house. The complete system, including printer, debinder and furnace, is up to ten times less expensive than comparable, laser-based systems. By eliminating the use of lasers and metal powders, the Studio System is safe for any facility. The Studio printer uses Bound Metal Deposition (BMD), where bound metal rods are extruded similar to how plastic FDM printers work. This eliminates the safety requirements typically associated with metal 3D printing, meaning there are no lasers, no inert atmosphere, no material overflow, no powder chamber to refill and no separate sieving system required on the 3D Printer.
Easy to use, and accurate
No need for vacuum chamber and shielding gas as lasers and powders have been eliminated make the studio system safe for any facility.
The only system designed as an end-to-end solution for 3D printing, including printer, debinder, and furnace.
Every stage of the process is fully automated and managed by sophisticated software, making it simple to go from CAD to part.
Quick material changes
Materials can be changed in minutes using a cartridge system, and quick release extruder heads. Unlike laser based systems which can take hours or days to complete.
Being designed specifically around Metal Injection Moulding (MIM), the Studio System is open to using a variety of low cost high quality alloys.
Once the part has been sintered, proprietary. Separable Supports make it possible to remove parts by hand. No wire EDM or machining is required as supports are not bonded to the part.
The Studio System produces near-net-shape metal parts, delivering the resolution and accuracy needed for functional prototyping, with densities greater than 98%, depending upon material.
The Studio System’s software runs remotely, allowing you to monitor progress over any internet connection. It works with native CAD files, STL, IGES, JT, STEP, VDA-FS, U3D, VRML files.