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3D Printing and the Environmental Impact of Manufacturing

Manufacturing is a major source of carbon emissions. Learn what steps can we take as an industry to reduce our carbon footprints — and why sustainability is a win-win for both the environment and your bottom line.
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What is Additive Manufacturing? Understanding the Technology and its Impact

Your 101 guide to understanding the current landscape of additive manufacturing from the ground up.
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Introducing Smooth TPU 95A

Introducing our newest material to the Markforged platform and to the rest of the manufacturing world: Smooth TPU 95A! This material brings an entirely new set of functional properties to the Digital Forge.
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Keeping 3D Printing Software Up to Date When Offline

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17-4PH Stainless Steel v2: Same Metal, New Binder

We updated our most popular Metal X material. Same metal, new binder, new benefits.
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Eiger Makes Customizing Supports Quick and Easy

Learn how Eiger Support Overrides make it quick and easy to generate supports where you need them and block supports where you don’t.
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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.
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Why Integrate Factory Systems With 3D Printing Software?

We all have software systems that drive our day to day operations on the shop floor. What problems would it solve to integrate yours with 3D printing software?
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What Can You Do With a Professional 3D Printer, and Why?

What can you do with just one professional 3D printer, and what technology powers these uses?
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Zero Tolerance

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.