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P1

Designed to bridge the gap between bench top development and mass production, the P-1 offers the same excellent part quality as the P-50 with enhanced process flexibility. Featuring a state-of-the-art print bar with native 1200 dpi, an inert processing environment, and Desktop Metal's patent-pending Single Pass Jetting technology, the P-1 supports non-reactive and reactive materials at speeds more than 10 times those of laser powder bed fusion technologies⁴ and is capable of printing multiple builds per shift and direct process transfers to the P-50.

Specs

P1

Print Technology

Single Pass Jetting™

Print direction

Uni-directional

Build box size

200 x 100 x 40 mm (7.9 x 3.9 x 1.6 in)

Resolution

Native 1200 dpi

Max build rate (65 micron layer thickness)

1,350 cc/hr (82 cu in/hr)

External dimensions

1.8 x 2.0 x 1.2 m (70 x 79 x 45 in)

Key Features

  • Excellent part quality
  • High resolution printing
  • Uniform print bed
  • Fully dense parts
  • Competitive cost per part
  • Low Cost MIM
  • PowdersHigh speed printing
  • Dense 3D nesting
  • Best in class repeatability
  • Print reliability
  • Print bar redundancy
  • Real-time print bed inspection
  • Wide material compatibility
  • Inert, closed powder environment
  • Open material platform

Key Industries

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How it works:

Technology

Powered by Single Pass Jetting™, the Production System™ features bi-directional 3D printing—so whenever there is movement, there is printing.

 
Depowder
When a build is complete, the build box is removed and replaced with a fresh box for the next build. The completed build box is moved to a depowdering station where loose powder is removed and parts are prepared for sintering.
 
Sinter
Depowdered parts and loaded into an industrial furnace where they are heated to temperatures near melting. Remaining binder is removed causing the metal particles to fuse together and the parts to densify.