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Upgrading from Makerbot to Professional: Why Not all Affordable Printers are Created Equal

Learn the difference between affordable printers, their applications, and part quality.
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Introducing 3D Printed Copper

Markforged is excited to launch its next metal material: Copper
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Using Markforged 3D Printers for BattleBots

Battlebots team Valkyrie shares how they used Markforged technology to improve their bot
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Markforged’s Response to COVID-19

A message from Markforged on COVID-19
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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!
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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H13 Tool Steel Material for the Metal X Printer

We're excited to announce our newest material for the Metal X — H13 Tool Steel