“The components made of the base material onyx have proven to be very wear-resistant and break-proof even under extreme conditions. They can therefore also be used in the sandblasting sector without hesitation. Compared to milled components, a weight reduction of over 60% has been achieved. The lead time for production is now only a few hours”. – Marc Krause from BMF GmbH

The Smart Surface Control technology developed by BMF GmbH from Chemnitz, Germany, requires a large number of different components, some of which require complex manufacturing processes. Until now, this has required a long production lead time and costly warehousing.

In the meantime, a large number of different parts for the Twister and Tornado are produced on several Markforged 3D printers, as required.

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