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Eaton: Stanchion Adapter





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Before using Markforged, Eaton tried several fabrication methods for their adapter. However, their crudely welded adapter fell apart and their machined polycarbonate adapter broke with cyclic loading. Using a Markforged 3D printer, Eaton quickly printed a composite stanchion adapter. Onyx reinforced with Fiberglass allowed the part to outperform their previous iterations for far less cost than machined aluminum.

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