Panel Discussion: How Siemens, Dana, Würth and Vestas Tackle Supply Chain Challenges
Q&A with Cashco
Equipping Students with a Best-in-Class Additive Manufacturing Platform
Learn why nearly 1000 schools and universities worldwide currently run on Markforged solutions and how a growing number of students are graduating prepared for 21st-century careers.
How can you validate that a 3D printed composite part will come out as strong as metal? Most companies are conducting physical testing on iterations of the 3D printed part. But to further reduce cost and time-to-market, leading companies are simulating part performance during the design step. Join Markforged and MSC for a live simulation of 3D printed composite part strength.
Würth Industry North America and Markforged have partnered to launch a new Digital Kanban process--incorporating 3D printers into the supply chain for just-in-time manufacturing. Learn how Vestas, an €8B global manufacturer of wind turbines, connected their facilities on a digital platform that optimized their supply chain while reducing carbon footprint and risk.
US Military Overcomes Supply Chain Risks with 3D Printing
Additive Manufacturing (AM) is enabling distributed manufacturing, and one of the leaders in adoption is the US military. Armed with in-field use cases, Markforged’s Ali Ghahremani and Ross Adams will explore how forward-deployed additive manufacturing is minimizing supply chain risks today; examples from the US Marines and how it applies to other military branches and companies with global supply chains; and best practices for distributed manufacturing
BattleBots Team Valkyrie | 3D Printed for Combat Robots
Learn how Team Valkyrie leveraged the Metal X, X7, and Mark Two to print over 100 metal and composite parts for BattleBots 2019.
RIT x Markforged Case Study
See how 3D printing has been utilized at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) through the use of several carbon fiber 3D printers and a metal 3D printer.
Markforged x Lean Machine Case Study
Lean Machine CNC turned to both metal and carbon fiber 3D printing to transform its manufacturing operations. In this video, we interview several Markforged users within the organization, and ask them how it’s made things more efficient.
Metal X Walkthrough
Learn how to go from design to fully functional 3D printed metal parts with a metal 3D printer. The entire additive manufacturing process combines metal injection molding (MIM) and fused filament fabrication (FFF) technologies together into Bound Powder Extrusion. BPE provides a simple, cost-effective way to create metal parts.