3D printing in the Military

“Wars are won or lost by logistics.”
– Eisenhower

The Dutch military use Markforged 3D printers in Mali. More and more applications are simply drawn and printed on site. The continuous fibre-reinforced 3D printers from Markforged are the right choice. Thanks to the possibility of placing a continuous carbon, kevlar or fibreglass in the components, the parts are guaranteed to be robust enough to meet the requirements. The print arm is still growing.

👉 What would you print first with carbon fibre?
Write it in the comments ⤵

Read article now

Request a demo!

Feel the strength of continuous fiber for yourself.

Get a Sample Part

Learn more about 3D printing continuous fibres!

Which continuous fibre is suitable for which applications? How do I design correctly for filament 3D printing? What do users say and where can I find more information? – This is the right place for you! We listed some information leading you directly to the matching answers.

Composite Design Guide

DfAM – How do you design your part best for 3D printing with composites? In this guide you will get valuable tips for design and material selection.

Learn More

3D printing in production

This free guide serves as a source of information for engineers and contractors who want to integrate a 3D printer into their manufacturing process.

Learn More
markforged-cnc-vs-3d printingx351px

3D Printing vs. CNC Machining

The two production technologies each have various benefits and drawbacks, and this article identifys the applications which best benefit from one or the other.

Learn More