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  • The Laser on the Mark X

    In-Process Inspection: Improving 3D Printed Parts

    By on October 6, 2016

    Writer’s Note: This the first in a series of blog posts describing the details and applications of our brand new printer, the Mark X. In this post, we’ll be discussing the In-Process Inspection, the groundbreaking feature that allows users to see how their printer is performing while it’s printing. This feature is the first step in closing the loop of

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  • The Mark X from Markforged, used for large, industrial strength 3D printing.

    Introducing the Mark X: Performance, Precision, and Presentation all in One

    By on October 4, 2016

    The Mark X Earlier this year, we released the Mark Two. The printer included features like the isotropic carbon fiber option, the ability to fit fibers into smaller areas, and higher reliability and repeatability overall. Since then we have broken new grounds with material advancements: our chopped carbon fiber Onyx material providing higher stiffness and a professional surface finish, and

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  • 3D printed grips mounted on a robotic arm.

    IMTS 2016: Rise of the Machines

    By on September 29, 2016

    Every two years, thousands of companies from all across the globe, representing a massive variety of manufacturing processes, descend upon the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) to show off their best (and often biggest) new machines, technologies and services. There were massive CNC machining centers, 5+ axis waterjet cutters, an entire hall of tooling and workholding manufacturers, an incredible array

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  • An electric vehicle, filled with 3D printed parts.

    The Race to the Finish with 3D Printed Formula SAE Vehicle Parts

    By on September 22, 2016

    In many college competitions like the Formula SAE Electric Vehicle Competition, student-run undergraduate teams go through very rapid design and build cycles over the course of a year to build Formula-style vehicles. The MIT Motorsports Team, one of many entrants in the competition, has been using parts printed on the Mark Two to gain a critical edge. While no 3D

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  • Develop3D mark two review

    5 Quotes We Loved from the Develop3D Review

    By on September 15, 2016

    In case you missed it, Al Dean of Develop3D¬†wrote an extremely comprehensive Mark Two review spanning two issues of the magazine. While the whole review is well done and worth a read, we decided to highlight five quotes that we thought best exemplified our products and company attitude. One “One excellent example is being able to pause the build process

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