1
Nov

Windows and protective barriers for heavy grade coaches and buses – Arow Global

Windows and protective barriers for heavy grade coaches and buses make up the main product line of Arow Global, a Wisconsin based company specializing in transportation window systems. The company strives for design simplicity, robustness, and excellence to keep drivers and passengers safe and secure on the road. “We wanted stuff that was useable, so we didn’t want to just

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24
Oct

How Saint-Gobain Increased Productivity with Markforged Technology

Discover how Saint-Gobain improved the overall workflow of production activities after putting their Markforged X7 to use. Here’s an all-too common scenario for manufacturers: A simple customer request for a design change escalates, resulting in hundreds of hours of labor and significant costs to change over a production line to meet the new demands. That was the situation at a

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6
Aug

3D Printed Prosthetics: How One Company Is Helping Those in Need

With the advent of 3D printing, along with the latest manufacturing materials, innovators in the mobility space are now able to provide a greater level of independence and a better quality of life for amputees and those affected by neurological disorders. Millions of people around the world depend on prosthetics and other mobility devices to negotiate the world around them.

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25
Jul

Oil and Gas Company 3D Printing Case Study

“Every month the pad handling machine isn’t up and running, we’re missing out on over 15% of increased plant throughput.”— Phil M, Senior Mechanical Designer

16
Jul

Introducing Blacksmith AI with VP of Product Jon Reilly

Struggling to accurately print 3D parts? Marforged is solving this problem with Blacksmith AI — the world’s first AI-powered software for manufacturing. Join VP of Product Jon Reilly as he explores the future of software and AI in manufacturing. In this live webinar, Jon explains how Blacksmith AI works and fits into Adaptive Manufacturing. Topics covered will include: How advances in

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15
Jul

Which is better? FDM versus SLA 3D Printing Technologies

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is used to describe one of many processes available that involve the conversion of a digital file into a solid, three dimensional object. A 3D printer will repeatedly lay down or fuse successive layers of material together, tracing the file’s cross sectional shape until a physical object takes form. There are many 3D

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4
Dec

Markforged Forges Ahead with Over 100 Metal X 3D Printers Shipped

Markforged began shipping the Metal X in April of this year, and today the company announced that it has already shipped more than 100 machines. Markforged expects to double that number by the end of the year. Its shipments already represent 10% of the market. Markforged may always be known as the company that developed the world’s first carbon fiber

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3
Jul

Markforged Sharpens Focus on Best-Fit Applications in 3D Printing

Metal is ‘on fire’ right now in additive manufacturing as technologies continue to progress; the segment has been a major feature at industry events lately, and the recent RAPID + TCT was certainly no exception, as metals drew significant attention. Adding flame to that metal fire was Boston-based Markforged. Just ahead of the conference, Markforged began shipping its highly-anticipated Metal

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27
Jun

3D Printing For Dummies: Replicating Grandma’s Fragile Bones For Vehicle Crash Tests

The first 3D printed ribs, using a plastic/rubber compound, matched many of the properties Humanetics were looking for, but they didn’t survive the rigors of crash testing. “We 3D printed some ribs out of the plastic,” said design engineer Kris Sullenberger. “But after 20 hits, the ribs started to crack.” Humanetics then turned to Adaptive Corporation, a digital-to-physical product lifecycle

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26
Jun

3D Printing Application Spotlight – Cable Harnesses

RtS Films uses Markforged to 3D print cable mountings for handheld 3D cameras. Rent the Sky Films prints custom cable adapters for a 6.8kg, handheld 3D camera that replaces conventional 45kg rigs. These adapters consolidate cabling to a single interface point, making the camera simpler and easier to operate. The part must provide a single-point adapter for eight critical ports

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