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As Seen In Additive Manufacturing

fire resistant composite

Markforged Launches Flame-Retardant Material for 3D printing
Markforged, manufacturer of metal and carbon fiber 3D printers, has released Onyx FR, a V-0 rated flame-retardant material designed for industries such as aerospace, automotive and defense.

Kurtis Webb Pella Corporation talking with Additive Manufacturing

3D-Printed Tooling and the Mindset Change at Pella
For the window and door maker, 3D printing for tooling and machine components is “not just another tool, but a whole other toolkit.” However, winning widespread acceptance and understanding was the most important challenge.

Markforged's H13 tool steel for the Metal X.

Markforged Launches H13 Tool Steel for Metal X 3D Printer
Markforged has launched H13 tool steel to be used in its Metal X 3D printer, offering manufacturing professionals a lower-cost option for metal 3D printing.

Ben Pruitt with the Markforged Mark Two additive manufacturing system

3D Printing Solves Workholding Bottleneck
A 3D printer from Markforged helped Elliott Tool Technology quickly and cost-effectively create fixturing and, eventually, end-use parts for customers.

sheet metal on a 3D-printed press brake punch and die

Getting to Production Faster with 3D-Printed Press Brake Tooling
A case study from Centerline Engineered Solutions demonstrates that a 3D-printed die and punch can withstand press brake forces, providing a cheaper, faster path to production.

MarkForged Eiger screenshot

Markforged Makes Its Eiger Software Available Free of Charge
Organizations can use the carbon fiber reinforcement software to gain experience before purchasing a 3D printer.

Jamie Hanson, Methods 3D, and Greg Mark, Markforged

Methods 3D and Markforged Establish Partnership
As part of the agreement, Methods 3D will provide sales and support for the recently announced Mark X metal 3D printing system.

Greg Mark, MarkForged, with the MarkForged Metal X

MarkForged Metal Printer: Sintering Can Wait
Separating 3D printing from high-temperature processing is part of how the company’s Metal X realizes a price less than established metal AM equipment.

Markforged Metal X

Markforged Unveils Metal X, First Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing 3D Printer
Metal X uses the Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing (ADAM) technique to rapidly produce metal parts.

MarkForged printed jaw

One-Offs Without Tradeoffs
Does it have to be expensive to produce a one-off part? Does the one-off have to fall short of the manufactured part’s properties? A Boston-area 3D printer maker has an idea for how to produce components that are both low quantity and industrial quality.

Product Categories of Markforged

Additive Manufacturing Machines for Composite Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines for Metal Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines for Polymer Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines—Material Extrusion