Webinar Oct 18th: Introducing the most powerful 3D printer from Markforged: the Mark X

Welcome to the new age of 3D printing With in-process inspection, precision sensors, and a large build area, our Mark X 3D printer takes fiber-reinforced strong printing to a new level. Print finished parts exactly as designed with a first-ever combination of quality, dimensional accuracy, and strength. Join usfor a live webcast on October 18th: 11am to 12pm (EDT) Markforged’s VP of Product, Jon Reilly will describe this new technology and why this will change 3D printing. You’ll learn about these key features: Industrial Scale Printing with Dimensional Precision.Markforged just doubled its previous print area of the Mark Two and now offer a total print volume of 16,500cm3 (330mm by 250mm by 200mm XYZ). With a first in the industry laser sensor, ensure dimensional accuracy of your most critical tolerances at any point in your print. High Quality Resolution. The Mark X offers 50 micron resolution for high detailed, high quality prints. 3D Printing with the Strength of Metal.The…

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WEBINAR Sept 22nd Leveraging 3D Printing in Your Machine Shop

Don't Forget to Join Us for Our Webinar This Thursday! Leveraging 3D Printing in Your Machine Shop When: Thursday, September 22, 11am EDT Where: Register CNC Machines are the backbone of custom, high-strength manufacturing operations. Their ability to churn out strong parts in many geometries is virtually unmatched. However, they are not without their drawbacks. The necessity of a skilled machinist and the high operating costs of the machines mean machining parts can be extremely expensive. In addition, low volume product runs further exacerbate the problem by requiring machinists to make custom tooling and fixtures for each small job. While Additive Manufacturing cannot (and should not) replace CNC, it can complement a CNC machine by producing one-off parts and fixtures, freeing up your CNC machine for production runs that generate revenue for your business. Join us on September 22nd as we discuss CNC, Additive Manufacturing, and how a 3D printer like the Mark Two can help you quickly…

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Webinar - Markforged Threaded inserts and fasteners, overprinting

Reminder: Webinar, Thursday August 18, 11am EDT Don't forget to register for our webinar on Threaded Fasteners, Over-Printing, and Embedded Components In this webinar we will cover a number of advanced techniques and best practices you can leverage with your Markforged printer to get the part you want quickly and easily, including: : Fasteners and 3D Printing : Types of Threaded Inserts : Designing for Different Insert Types : Overprinting REGISTER TODAY>

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