Stanley Black & Decker Manufactures Low Volume, Complex Parts with Markforged Metal 3D Printer

Case Study Stanley Black & Decker Engineers from Stanley Black & Deckeraresearching for a cost-effective way to manufacture low volume, complex parts. After exploring metal 3D printing technologies, Stanley Black & Decker chose Markforged's new Metal X additive manufacturing technology to produce reliable, 3D printed production parts and slash their capital costs and lead times. Download the case study to analyzethe part and performance comparison from Stanley Black & Decker's original parts versus the parts printed on the Metal X 3D printing system. You'll see why their engineers believe they can save thousands of dollars per year on just one 3D printed part, while replicating the part quality and reliability they expect from machined parts. Download

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Markforged Metal X Part Examples

Markforged has published some gorgeous Metal X printed part examples with material cost in US dollarsand the layer resolution the part was printed at. Lower resolution yields a faster print. Very exciting stuff! Sprocket - $12.56 80m Request Demo Bracket - $33.51 50m Injection Mold Cavity - $45.93 50m Metal X is destined to be a game-changer. If you would like a quote please contact us.

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Markforged In-Process Inspection Overview

Laser on print head scans prints for precise dimensional inspection Scan at any layer during printing Compare to design, Go/No-Go decisions Scan Accuracy: 1 um, Z-axis 50 um, X-/Y-axis Available on Mark X and Metal X Printers Request Demo

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