Upgrading from Makerbot to Professional: Why Not all Affordable Printers are Created Equal
Learn the difference between affordable printers, their applications, and part quality.
Introducing 3D Printed Copper
Markforged is excited to launch its next metal material: Copper
Using Markforged 3D Printers for BattleBots
Battlebots team Valkyrie shares how they used Markforged technology to improve their bot
Markforged’s Response to COVID-19
A message from Markforged on COVID-19
Working at Markforged
At Markforged, we pride ourselves on our tight-knit culture of learners, creators, and tinkerers. Read more about what it's like to work at Markforged!
3D Printing the Strongest Link
3D printing a high strength chain link strong enough to support a cement truck. Strong, functional parts are made with Markforged carbon fiber filament.
Cutting Tooling Costs with 3D Printing for Press Brake Tooling
Read how Centerline Engineered Solutions used a Mark Two to create custom 3D Printed press brake tooling.
The Open-Source 3D Printed Robot Arm from Haddington Dynamics
Learn how robotics company Haddington Dynamics uses Markforged technology to create its high-quality, affordable Dexter robot arm.
FDM vs SLA - 3D Printing Process Breakdown
Learn the key differences between FDM vs SLA, and which 3D printing applications work best for each method
H13 Tool Steel Material for the Metal X Printer
We're excited to announce our newest material for the Metal X — H13 Tool Steel