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Drilling around the corner is possible – with 3D printing

Our customer from Germany, Primetall GmbH, needs individual jigs for some components in order to clamp them on a laser welding machine. These jigs were previously made of aluminum and were very heavy and expensive to manufacture. In the process of some considerations, this jig was optimized with additive manufacturing, using a Markforged [...]

2020-08-21T08:36:34+01:00February 27th, 2020|Case Study|1 Comment

Pure Copper – Now on the Metal X!

Pure Copper - Now on the Metal X! The next material for the Markforged Metal X is now available with copper. The special thing is that this copper is not an alloy, but a 99.8% pure copper with very high electrical and thermal conductivities. The material is therefore ideal for all applications that [...]

2020-08-18T10:15:20+01:00February 17th, 2020|Mark3D News|0 Comments

Markforged Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

Markforged Achieves ISO 27001 Certification Markforged is the first additive manufacturing platform to earn ISO 27001 Certification. Learn more about ISO 27001 Certification and our commitment to ensuring the privacy, confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the Markforged entire ecosystem: https://markforged.com/press-releases/iso-certification“We believe that every product and engineering decision we make has a security component to it, [...]

2020-02-06T13:49:32+00:00February 6th, 2020|General|0 Comments

Guhring UK – Reduction of lead times through additive manufacturing

Guhring UK - Reduction of lead times through additive manufacturing “As we started looking at supplying smaller volume customers, it became an issue,” says Alan Pearce, PCD Production Supervisor at Guhring UK. Each piece of special tooling Guhring UK makes needs to first be designed and approved by the customer. Depending on [...]

2020-07-15T09:22:27+01:00February 5th, 2020|Case Study|0 Comments

Wärtsilä Creates the World’s First 3D Printed CE-Certified Lifting Tool – Markforged

Wärtsilä Creates the World’s First 3D Printed CE-Certified Lifting Tool Here's the world's first CE-certified 3D printed lifting tool that has been developed by Wärtsilä using their Markforged printer! The tool helps with the maintenance of engines on site and can lift a whopping 960 kg (with safety factor of 4)! Another [...]

2020-03-04T10:38:49+00:00February 4th, 2020|Case Study|0 Comments

Manufacturing reinvented

Manufacturing reinvented Capitalising on the benefits of 3D printing technology can drive down costs in manufacturing. With potentially limitless applications for plastic and metal printers modern manufacturing companies aren’t short of places to start. Throughout time, manufacturing companies have needed to adapt to survive and the 2020s are set to [...]

Markforged Industrial Carbon Fiber Printer Gets 2x Faster

Markforged Industrial Carbon Fiber Printer Gets 2x Faster Leading provider of industrial 3D printers dramatically increases the print speed without losing the company’s high-quality surface finish Markforged the leading manufacturer of metal and carbon fiber 3D printers, today announced Turbo Print for the X7 3D printer at Formnext. The new [...]

3D printed shock absorber using Onyx as the print material

As you’ve seen from a few of our previous posts, every Friday we see what interesting things our creative employees have made at Part of the Week. Since the recent launch of our new Onyx filament, our applications team has been testing the limits of this industrial strength 3D printing material and discovering new ways to [...]

3D printed and carbon fibre reinforced backpack mount

One of the best parts about working for an industrial strength 3D printing company is that you always have access to create strong and functional parts whenever an idea strikes. Over the past two years, there’s been a sharp rise in the prevalence of functional 3D printed parts showing up in our employees’ lives – [...]

2018-07-06T14:15:04+01:00May 21st, 2018|Case Study|0 Comments

3D Printed Spare Parts for a Go Kart

Today, we embark on a new challenge: re-imagining this go-kart in 3D printed carbon fibre. This adventure is designed to push the limits of 3D printing. From the steering wheel to the steering knuckles, we will be removing individual components from the kart, modeling them in CAD, printing them on our Mark Two 3D printers, [...]

2018-06-04T18:07:10+01:00May 14th, 2018|Case Study|0 Comments