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3D printing as an advantage in the competitive world

3D printing as an advantage in the competitive world "In this highly competitive world, you need every advantage you can get to produce the parts, do your job, have a leg up on your competition in every single part of the business possible. And 3d printing is huge to help us do [...]

2020-09-22T09:52:36+00:00 September 22nd, 2020|Case Study|0 Comments

3D printed tube bending die

Carbon fiber-reinforced, 3D printed tube bending die ✅ Rebula MTB builds custom, high-performance mountain and gravel bikes for riders with big appetites for demanding terrain, and who want a bike that feels like an extension of themselves, tailored to their unique riding style. To hit their goals and delight their customers, they are [...]

2020-09-21T13:06:46+00:00 September 21st, 2020|Anwenderbericht|0 Comments

3D Printed Copper Welding Electrode

"3D printing of pure copper using the Markforged Metal X system is faster and cheaper than buying complex machined parts." A german car manufacturer, which operates worldwide, prints customised welding electrodes for spot welding from pure copper! According to one of the company's maintenance managers, component costs were reduced by 50% and [...]

2020-08-31T12:33:30+00:00 August 31st, 2020|Mark3D News|0 Comments

MMF 1 – Film hinges 3D printing

MarkForged Mechanical Features [MMF] is a series of blog posts detailing best practices for designing common traditional engineering parts and mechanical features for composite reinforced 3D printing with MarkForged printers Welcome to the first edition of Markforged Mechanical Features! We get questions from customers on a regular basis asking for help integrating the mechanical features [...]

Metal 3D Printing Process in 3 Steps

Metal 3D Printing Process in 3 Steps A detailed look at the entire metal 3D printing process from design to functional metal part. Metal 3D printing unlocks an entirely new world of manufacturing capabilities for both technology and business. It eliminates the need for tooling spend, which reduces the cost per [...]

Operational resources economically out of the 3D printer?

To be honest... who on the production floor doesn't know it. How do you currently manufacture your operating equipment such as fixtures, workpiece holders, clamping elements and soft jaws?   Operational resources economically out of the 3D printer? Equipment such as fixtures, workpiece holders, clamping elements and soft jaws are ideal components for composite fibre [...]

Cirnapro – easy production of complicated components in small lot sizes

Our customer Cirnapro designs metal and plastic parts for the mechanical engineering industry in lot sizes 1-200 and has integrated a Markforged 3D printer into its manufacturing processes to complement its production. Especially the possibility to reinforce with carbon and glass fibre opens up a whole new production spectrum for the company! [...]

2020-08-18T10:05:41+00:00 August 10th, 2020|Case Study|0 Comments

You don’t see any potential for 3D printing in your company?

You don't see any potential for 3D printing in your company? Again and again I hear: "We have no potential for 3D printing. It's not interesting for us." BUT Is this really the case or are we trying to understand a new technology with old patterns of thought? Ask yourself the following questions: Where [...]