PTI Tech uses Markforged metal binder jetting to accelerate MIM prototyping, significantly reducing the development time and cost for high-precision, durable elevator button assemblies. This innovative approach bypasses traditional pre-production tooling, allowing for rapid prototyping and efficient design validation.
Codeval Aluminum SL
Codeval Aluminum SL capitalizes on Markforged's 3D printing technology, harnessing Onyx material and continuous carbon fiber reinforcement for creating weather-resistant, structural components, which not only accelerates their innovation cycle but also generates substantial cost efficiencies.
Hawaya Racing, Inc
Hawaya Racing specializes in the research, development, and manufacturing of Harley-Davidson drag racing motorcycle parts and safety equipment. In 2022, Hawaya Racing, Inc. purchased a Markforged X7 through Phillips Corporation. The X7 was chosen for its ability to replace CNC-machined parts with highly durable composites using Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR).
With Markforged, Sonic Communications can go from design to final product in a quarter of the time it would take with in-house machining.
Siemens Energy Technology Application Center
Siemens Energy uses Simulation for fast and accurate structural analysis of part designs— allowing fast print times for structurally sound parts.
How BMF GmbH uses Digital Source
BMF uses Digital Source — an online warehouse for manufacturer-approved parts — to cut down time needed to get their customers replacement parts: from a 14-day average down to just one.
Manufactura Moderna de Metales (MMM)
Manufactura Moderna de Metales (MMM) is an automotive part manufacturer with customers like Stellantis, Toyota, Suzuki, BMW, Volkswagen, Renault, and Nissan.
PUNCH Torino, an R&D and engineering facility, 3D prints a camshaft locking tool with Simulation software: reducing eight design iterations to just one.
McService offers two main lines of service: comprehensive support for technical offices in the design phase, and turnkey solutions for automation and industrial production, with varying degrees of complexity.
University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
The Integrated and Advanced Manufacturing Research Group at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which conducts research into manufacturing processes, developed a Copper EDM electrode using the Metal X System.