Desktop Metal qualifies platinum for Binder Jetting

MaterialsNews
June 19, 2024

June 19, 2024

The additively manufactured platinum Legor wedding band will be displayed on the Desktop Metal booth at Rapid + TCT (Courtesy Business Wire)
The additively manufactured platinum Legor wedding band will be displayed on the Desktop Metal booth at Rapid + TCT (Courtesy Business Wire)

Desktop Metal, headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, USA, has announced that platinum powder, developed by Legor Group SPA, Vicenza, Italy, is now a customer-qualified material on its production System P-1 Binder Jetting (BJT) Additive Manufacturing machine.

With the qualification of platinum, Desktop Metal now has a complete portfolio of materials for the direct Binder Jetting of jewellery, such as stainless steels, sterling silver, titanium, gold, and composites.

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Binder Jetting provides several benefits when additively manufacturing jewellery, including the ability to rapidly produce samples without molds or build supports. The technology also allows for fast, affordable production of hollow, interlinked, intricate, and mass-customised designs. It also eliminates processing steps associated with jewellery designs, such as welding.

As part of the introduction of platinum to its portfolio, Desktop Metal will showcase multi-material, multi-customer jewellery designs manufactured on P-1 machines at Rapid + TCT, scheduled to take place June 25-27 in Los Angeles, California. The Legor pieces will include aclassic wedding band, a gemstone ring, and an intricate leaf earring

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