Customer Success Stories
Across a variety of industries including automotive, aerospace, robotics, and consumer electronics in tooling and mould making; Markforged technology is already being used by leading companies worldwide to explore innovation faster and at lower cost.
The advantages of 3D printing in detail
Metal 3D printing at Stanley Black & Decker
Looking for a cost-effective alternative to produce complex, low-volume parts, Stanley Black & Decker’s engineers came up with 3D printing technology – more specifically, MARKFORGED Metal X’s additive manufacturing technology.
Download the report from Stanley Black & Decker to see the part and performance comparison of the original parts with the 3D printed parts. Learn why Stanley Black & Decker can save thousands of dollars a year on a single component, thanks to modern metal 3D printing technology!
3D print with Dunlop Systems and Components
Having spent a substantial amount over the last few years on tooling, jigs & fixtures and prototype builds the team needed to make savings to help the company remain competitive in the market place.
Learn how DUNLOP got a super quick ROI and why they are convinced that the technology will form a major part if their business strategy moving forwards.
Composite Jaws Overnight
30x lower costs
14x faster production
Heat-resistant Thermoset Mold
4x lower cost
2,5x faster production
Lathe bar puller for CNC machine
75x lower cost
18x faster production
Gripping jaws for robots
30x lower cost
10x faster production
Further Success Stories
3D Printing Super Strong Robots with Carbon Fibre
Robo Challenge is a creative engineering company that pushes design and materials to the absolute edge. A small family outfit based in Birmingham, brothers Grant and James along with dad Nick, have built a reputation for building some of the toughest and most creative robots in the World.
3D Printing Super Strong Robots with Carbon Fibre.
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Feel the strength of continuous fiber for yourself.