We had some exiting news from Markforged last week with the announcement of their expansion into mass production of end-use metal parts. Markforged are set to acquire Digital Metal, the creator of a leading binder jetting solution known to be precise and reliable.

The Markforged Metal X system is a popular choice for accessible, end-to-end metal printing, used for low volume production, R&D and within education. Markforged are already well known for quality and reliability, making Digital Metal a strong addition to the line-up. We’re exited to see this technology incorporated into the Digital Forge and extend capabilities into high-throughput production of metal additive parts.

Watch this space for further updates and read the full announcement on the Markforged website here.


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