Carpenter Technology Corp. has entered into a supply relationship with Burlington, MA-based Desktop Metal, Inc., utilizing more than 20 CarTech alloy grades to be used in Desktop Metal’s end-to-end metal 3D printing systems. The powders will be used in premium materials cartridges. The new partnership reinforces Carpenter’s position as a leading global producer of specialty wire and powder metals for additive manufacturing. “As we develop technology for next generation manufacturing solutions, it is essential to collaborate with innovative partners,” said Tony R. Thene, Carpenter Technology’s chief executive officer. “Leveraging the combined capabilities of Desktop Metals and Carpenter Technology, we will undoubtedly bring enhanced value to this rapidly growing market,” he added. “We are excited to include Carpenter Technology in our materials catalog,” said Ric Fulop, CEO and co-founder of Desktop Metal. “When you a have a supplier whose stellar reputation for material quality, technical expertise, and market diversity is known throughout the industry, it will only help our customers succeed in the metal 3D printing market.