Tech-Labs Brings Desktop Metal to Educators in Texas
Tech-Labs, a leading reseller of technical and vocational training equipment and curriculum in Texas and Oklahoma, has partnered with Desktop Metal, a company committed to making metal additive manufacturing accessible in education.
In April, Desktop Metal launched the Studio System™ for prototyping. The Studio System is the first easy to adopt metal 3D printing system for rapid prototyping.
“We are excited to provide our customers an affordable metal 3D printing solution,” says Warner Brown, Vice President of Tech-Labs. “This is the perfect complement to our existing offering of Stratasys and Renishaw printing technologies because we can now provide a comprehensive additive manufacturing solution to education.”
Tech-Labs continues its nearly four decade mission to provide leading technology solutions so its customers can provide cutting-edge learning opportunities.
Tech-Labs is facilitating two demonstrations of Desktop Metal's Studio System, one in Katy, Texas and Dallas, Texas. We're pleased to have Desktop Metal's Terry Cambron, Senior Manager – National Education Channel, present on their groundbreaking technology and how Desktop Metal is reinventing the way engineering and manufacturing teams produce metal parts. Tech-Labs has partnered with Desktop Metal to help bring their revolutionary metal 3D Printers to market.
Join us your first look at the Desktop Metal Studio System. Designed as an end-to-end solution, suitable for any lab or classroom.
What You Will Learn:
- Desktop Metal Process
- Desktop Metal Software
- Desktop Metal Applications and Materials
- Hands-on Demo of Desktop Metal Studio System
**Seating is limited. Register now!
Desktop Metal is reinventing the way engineering and manufacturing teams produce metal parts - from prototyping through mass production.
Desktop Metal was started to address a problem—how to make metal 3D printing accessible for engineering teams. In 2013, CEO Ric Fulop began collaborating with world-leading experts in materials science, engineering, and 3D printing. Their work together over the course of two years drew multiple independent inventions together to form the basis for Desktop Metal’s technology: