New Forge Engineering is a Markforged customer that's transitioning to on-demand manufacturing to reduce dependency on third-party suppliers and inventory requirements. With a digital inventory for a variety of parts, local factories can 3D print parts on-demand from 3D files sent across the globe.
This webinar and Q&A covered:
How Australian manufacturing is transitioning from a car-making nation to custom, high-value manufacturing
New Forge Engineering's experiences building in-house production capabilities
How transitioning from traditional manufacturing to additive manufacturing reduces costs
How to increase innovation capacity with the launch of pure Copper 3D printing
We often write about the different tools, fixtures, and production parts that so many companies around the world use Markforged technology to fabricate. But it’s not just businesses that benefit from additive manufacturing.
With a plethora of companies using additive manufacturing in their production process, we want to identify industries that we believe benefit most from additive manufacturing. By looking at these industries, it’s easy to understand how and why 3D printers are changing manufacturing as a whole.
Stanley Black & Decker chose Markforged's new Metal X additive
manufacturing technology to produce reliable, 3D printed parts and slash their
capital costs and lead times. Download the report to analyze the part and
performance comparison from Stanley Black & Decker's original parts versus
Markforged enabled Dixon Valve to produce new manufacturing tooling solutions faster and cheaper than
ever before. System Engineer J.R. Everett describes the Markforged machines as “a critical component
in our design process [that’s] really changing the way we work to the point where we are ac...
The Markforged Metal X 3D printer is expected to pay dividends in both cost and efficiency when manufacturing vehicle and weapon parts in the Indo-Pacific region for members of the III Marine Expeditionary Force. Read the below customer success story for more insights surrounding the benefits of the...
Markforged announces a breakthrough technology for manufacturing metal: Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing (ADAM) along with the introduction of the Metal X, the first ADAM #3Dprinter. Extending the success of its revolutionary #carbonfiber printing technology, Markforged now provides even stro...