Learn how a market leader in glass washing equipment uses the Digital Forge to improve supply chains for R&D, prototypes, and production parts.
SQP brought in the FX20 to deliver specialized production parts that are impractical, expensive, or impossible to machine.
KST Moschkau: the FX20 for Low-Volume Production
KST Moschkau develops and manufactures Broadcast & ProAV, media technology, and AV security fields systems. When demand exceeded expectations, KST turned to the FX20 to skip messy supply chains with a more scalable production process.
Todema, an industrial machinery manufacturer based in Italy, saw an 80% decrease in production time and costs with the Digital Forge, compared to manufacturing in their machining centers.
Q&A: Pipeline Design & Engineering
Hear one engineer’s story about starting his own company, how 3D printing has evolved, how his customers went from cautious to loving 3D-printed end-use parts, and more.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Learn how the Central Virginia VA Health Care System’s Assistive Technologies team seeks to improve the lives of military heroes through innovation.
U.S. Air Force: Cannon Air Force Base
The U.S. Air Force utilizes the Digital Forge to print components for their combat training programs.
Zero Tolerance, LLC, a plastic injection mold machine shop, uses their Markforged industrial 3D printer to print end-use parts that make their production operations more efficient, more cost effective, and less risky for employee safety.
Vestas is a global leader in wind energy using Markforged’s Digital Forge additive manufacturing platform in support of its direct digital manufacturing (DDM) program to free up manufacturing processes from relying on outside suppliers and provide a knowledge base for collaboration.