Desktop Metal, a leader in mass production additive manufacturing (AM) solutions, announced that, the company has received a $7.9 million order for binder jet additive manufacturing systems from a major German car maker for the mass production of metal automotive powertrain components at scale.
With manufacturers across industries racing to enlarge and diversify a client base, every new technology or process could mean another step towards reaching the full potential of their products or services, providing a valuable competitive advantage. Realizing the growing need for functionality enhancements due to the lack of 3D geometry support and extended time for manual cost scenario preparation, the client selected AMC Bridge as an industry professional capable of moving their existing cost estimation system to a new technological level.
Siemens and Desktop Metal, Inc., global leaders in digitalization and additive manufacturing technologies, announced a multi-faceted partnership aimed at accelerating the adoption of additive manufacturing for production applications with a focus on the world’s largest manufacturers.
The reliability and robustness of a product or service are always of utmost importance for manufacturers who strive to enlarge their client base and deliver a competitive advantage to their end users. Recognizing AMC Bridge as an experienced partner with deep knowledge of specific manufacturing processes, the client reached out to the AMC Bridge team to increase the operational performance of their cost estimation system.