Free Whitepaper: The Economics of 3D Printing 2018-05-14T16:43:34+00:00
Some examples of Markforged 3D printed parts

The Economics of 3D Printing – Whitepaper

The economics of 3D printing has long been a topic of conversation in busy engineering companies. If that’s the case in your business this whitepaper should help you with your justification for a 3D printer from Markforged.

Justification is getting easier

Recently the argument in favour of a good return on investment for 3D printers has certainly become stronger. This has enabled more and more people to find good 3D printing cost justifications and thus fund machines. Meanwhile 3D printing is advancing into the realm of production, both in terms of work-holding and custom end-use parts. So whilst the value of a printer didn’t used to be blindingly apparent at first, executing the calculations now tells a different story.

In production and manufacturing, productivity is directly tied to revenue and performance. Therefore whilst the price of a production quality 3D printer may sound steep initially, you can save lots of money. It is possible to eliminate many of the traditional manufacturing costs and find a strong ROI. Examples of this can be found in work-holding, jigs and fixtures, initial prototyping, and special tooling costs.

This ‘Economics of 3D printing’ whitepaper outlines the steps you can take to calculate your return on investment. Also Mark3D can offer help in working out the cost of 3D printing and can be reached on 0800 193 3650.

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About Mark3D

Mark3D is run by engineers for engineers. If you have a particular part you’d like to use for your return on investment Mark3D help. You can contact Mark3D via the ‘get in touch’ area on this website. Alternatively you can call 0800 193 3650

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Some examples of Markforged 3D printed parts

If you would like to see some examples of parts that can be 3D printed to help with your own justification you can view the ‘image gallery’ here.