10x cheaper

The Studio System is up to ten times cheaper than comparable laser-based systems. With purchase and financing options, it's the only metal 3D printing system that is cost-effective for engineering teams.

Safe and Simple

  • NO Hazardous Powders
  • NO Respirators
  • NO External Ventilation
  • NO 480V 3-Phase Power
  • NO Stress Relief
  • NO Dangerous Lasers
  • NO 3rd Party Equipment
  • NO Dedicated Operators
  • NO Welded Supports
  • NO Special Facilities

High quality parts

The Studio System delivers near-net-shape parts with densities between 96-99% - depending on the alloy.
Separable Supports™
Introducing Separable Supports™. Designed to simplify post-processing, the Studio System prints supports . with a patent-pending interface layer that does not bond to the metal part. This makes it possible to separate supports by hand.

The printer shapes the parts

The Studio printer is similar to the safest and most widely used 3D printing process–Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM).

How it works

Unlike laser-based systems that selectively melt metal powder, the Studio printer extrudes bound metal rods–similar to how a plastic FDM printer works. This eliminates the safety requirements associated with metal 3D printing while opening up new alloys and enabling new features like the use of closed-cell infill for lightweight strength.

Build envelope      :   30 x 20 x 20 cm (12 x 8 x 8 in)
Max build rate       :   16 cm³/hr (1 in³/hr)
Min layer height   :   50 µm


The debinder prepares green parts for sintering

The debinder prepares green parts for sintering by dissolving primary binder. With a low emission design, it requires no external ventilation and is safe for an office environment. Automatic fluid distillation and recycling means there is no need to refill between each cycle.

Fluid volume               :   17.4 L (4.6 gal) max
Vapor management :   No external ventilation required
Footprint                      :   102 x 74 x 57 cm (40 x 29 x 23 in)


The furnace sinters the parts

Fully-automated with closed-loop thermal control, the furnace is the first to deliver industrial-strength sintering and an office-friendly package. Built-in profiles are tuned to every build and material to ensure uniform heating and cooling without the residual stresses introduced in laser-based systems.

Gas connection     :   2 x 900L onboard canisters External gas connectors
Peak temp               :   1400 °C
Footprint                  :   h 162 w 138 d 75 cm (64 x 54 x 30 in)

The Process
The Studio system is the only end-to-end solution for metal 3D printing. The printer and furnace were designed together, making it possible for precise control of the entire workflow automatically.

Secure, web-based software constructs build plans from STL or CAD files, automatically generating supports and control parameters based on part geometry and material.

Layer by layer, a green part is shaped by extruding bound metal rodsmetal powder held together by wax and polymer bindersin a process called Bound Metal Deposition™.

The green part is immersed in proprietary debind fluid, dissolving primary binder and creating an open pore channel structure throughout the part in preparation for sintering.

As the part is heated to temperatures near melting, remaining binder is removed and metal particles fuse together causing the part to densify up to 96-99.8%.

Low volume production with

Studio Fleet™

For the first time, on-demand metal 3D printing will deliver accessible and scalable manufacturing that adapts to diverse business needs, part requirements, production volumes, and cost constraints.

Build a Fleet

Studio Fleet™ is a custom-configurable solution for in-house metal 3D printing, supporting a range of low to mid-volume production applications. It leverages Studio System+ technology—including stackable shelving for batch processing—for the rapid production of complex metal parts. Built to scale, Studio Fleet can be configured to deliver 5x the throughput of the original three-part system for only twice the capital investment.


The Studio System brings a wide range of critical alloys to 3D printing including stainless steels, copper, and tool steels. Each alloy undergoes rigorous qualification by world-leading materials scientists, and our core materials consistently meet or exceed industry standards.




stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance

AISI 4140

low alloy, mid-carbon steel for high strength and toughness

316 L

stainless steel for corrosion resistance at high temps


for thermal and electrical conductivity

Inconel 625

super alloy for strength and corrosion resistance at high temperatures


tool steel for hardness and abrasion resistance at elevated temperatures

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