Watch Titans of CNC Unbox New Metal X and Print Copper
Watch Titans of CNC unbox their new Metal X system and walk through the process of printing a copper heat sink.
Looking Back on 2021 with Markforged
2021 was a momentous year for Markforged, to say the least. Read about how we grew as an organization, expanded the capabilities of the Digital Forge, and helped our customers use additive to meet their organizational goals.
How are Different Branches of the US Military using Additive?
How has the US Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines historically used additive to fulfill their strategic objectives?
Software in 2021: 10 New Features for Solving Customer Problems
Here are 10 software features added in 2021 that solved problems for our customers.
History: Additive Manufacturing in the U.S. Military
The military has been involved with additive manufacturing technology since at least 2012 when 3D printers were first deployed in the field by the Army, Navy, and various Department of Defense (DoD) contractors. How has 3D printing use in the military evolved since?
Tiny Pilot: 3D Printing for Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) over IP devices
Launched in July 2020, Massachusetts-based Tiny Pilot provides affordable and accessible remote management solutions for servers.
How to Calculate ROI for Metal 3D Printers
Learn how to calculate direct and indirect ROI for businesses investing in metal 3D printers, with examples.
Labman Automation is a company based out of North Yorkshire, England that creates bespoke robotic solutions for universities, industry leaders, and laboratories. How is Labman Automation using The Digital Forge to drive technical and business benefits?
3D Printing Playback: Watch our FX20, Hybrid Parts, and Additive for Automotive Webinars
Missed any of our recent webinars? Check out these full-length replays to learn about the FX20 printer for aerospace and digital factory, printing hybrid parts, and 3D printing for automotive.
Metal 3D Printing Applications (Part 2)
For which applications are metal 3D printing technologies best suited for? This blog covers four categories: 1.) Forming/Cutting/Bonding, 2.) Low Volume Custom Parts, 3.) Maintenance Tools/Fixtures, and 4.) Replacement Parts