Siemens Innovation Center: Cutback Tool
Engineers at the Siemens Innovation Center were tasked with finding a better way to maintain turbines that could help reduce offsite repairs and costly downtime.
Meduna: Copper Induction Coils
Markforged partner 3Dwiser printed Copper induction coils for their customer, Meduna
Cabin Management Solutions: Onyx FR Cabin Manager Unit Cover
Instead of using traditional manufacturing solutions, the Cabin Management Solutions team utilized its Markforged 3D printers to replace low-volume, high-value parts for aircrafts at lower costs and accelerated lead times.
Siemens Gas & Power, Orlando
Siemens Gas & Power division printed a custom circular saw housing in Onyx to repair gas turbines in the field, combining off-the-shelf parts such as the motor and blade.
Lean Machine CNC and Metal Fab: Vise and Soft Jaws
Lean Machine combined over two dozen continuous carbon fiber reinforced parts with off-the-shelf components for their durable vise and soft jaws
Haddington Dynamics: 7-Axis Robotic Arm
Haddington Dynamics 3D prints the majority of its Dexter robot arm, reducing the number of parts from 800 to less than 70.
Brooks Automation: Functional Prototype End Effectors
Brooks Automation prints continuous carbon fiber reinforced end effector prototypes that allow them to rapidly iterate without sending out parts to a 3rd party manufacturer.
The Mark Two helps Arow Global expand their heavy duty prototyping process with inexpensive, strong 3D printed parts.
Centor: Custom Door Hardware Prototypes
Centor rapidly iterates on product designs and validates fit, form and basic function by 3D printing prototypes in-house.
SDHQ: Welding Fixture
SDHQ Shortened their R&D process greatly by replacing costly machined welding fixtures with Markforged 3D printed ones.