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Five Parts You Didn't Know You Can 3D Print
Additive manufacturing has evolved dramatically in recent years. Composite 3D printing has brought forth parts that rival the strength of aluminum, vastly expanding applications of the technology. What was once useful only for early prototyping can now produce industrial grade tooling, fixtures, and end-use parts. Join us for a live webinar as we dive into real-world design and manufacturing examples and hear how users have overcome production challenges with 3D printing. • Robotic arm parts help Haddington Dynamics save time and costs • Composite vises aid Lean Machine in solving technical machining challenges • Jet turbine CMM fixtures designed by JJ Churchill improve precision quality inspection • Omni-directional drive system designed by Hunter High School for a First Robotics competition REGISTER FOR WEBINAR

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Opening Up CNC Bandwidth at a Job Shop with 3D Pri…
Phil Vickery, President and Owner of Centerline Engineered Solutions, goes out of his way to help clients. But machining a punch and die for a low-volume 14-gauge steel part made the job prohibitively expensive. Join us for a live conversation with Phil to learn how he leveraged industrial 3D printing to: • Dramatically reduce costs by printing the tooling out of chopped carbon fiber and reinforcing critical points with steel inserts. • Increase productivity and reduce cycle times by printing jigs, tools, and fixtures • Expand manufacturing capabilities and win new business opportunities WATCH on the on-demand Webinar

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Webinar: An Inside Look at Markforged's Metal Prin…
Recorded webcast from February, 2018 Getting started with a metal 3D printer may seem challenging at first, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve simplified the process to help you easily and affordably manufacture complex, custom metal parts with geometries that traditional manufacturing methods are unable to produce. Watch this webinar on-demand to learn: • How to go from design to a fully functional metal part with the Markforged Metal X process • How simple it is to operate the Metal X, Wash-1, and Sinter-1 • How the Markforged cloud-based software platform enables real-time monitoring and collaboration Discover how metal 3D printing from Markforged will revolutionize the way you produce metal parts - faster, easier and less expensive than ever before. WATCH WEBINAR

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Composites and Metals: Exploring Two Complementary…
Recorded webcast from March, 2018 From composites to metals, Markforged printers deliver industrial quality parts that fill many niches on the production line. This webinar uncovers how the Markforged metal and composite 3D printing technologies can work together to produce diverse, precise, and well designed parts for a variety of applications. Watch this on-demand webinar to explore: • Printed composite fixturing for post-processing metal printed parts • Examples of how metal and composite parts work together in a manufacturing environment • The benefits of a single, cloud-based ecosystem for print monitoring and fleet management Watch the webinar today to see how metal and composite 3D printing can streamline your manufacturing workflow and enhance your production line. Watch Webinar

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Markforged Webinar: Increasing Manufacturing Effic…
Tuesday, June 5, 201811 - 11:45am The future of 3D printing lies in parallelization - the use of many machines working together to additively manufacture parts rapidly. Markforged leverages a robust product ecosystem and groundbreaking software to create a scalable printing platform. In this webinar, Content Engineer Daniel Leong will share the details and function of Markforged’s own 38 machine print farm, which produces more than 15,000 parts per month. REGISTER

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Why You Should 3D Print Soft Jaws Instead of Machi…
Many manufacturing companies around the globe rely on Markforged 3D printed composite parts for tooling and fixturing, due to their high strength, high surface quality, and quick turnaround time. Join us for a live webinar as we highlight one of many tooling and fixtures applications where 3D printing can improve your manufacturing and assembly processes — soft jaws. Soft jaws are nearly universal in the CNC world and are required to fabricate all but the most rudimentary parts. Content Engineer Daniel Leong will give an introduction to 3D printed soft jaws and demonstrate how printed carbon fiber parts from Markforged can replace machined aluminum parts. Register for webcast recordingtoday to learn about use cases, implementation, and the unique advantages and benefits that Markforged parts can bring to your production line. REGISTER

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How In-House 3D Printing Reduces Costs 10X for a C…
Humanetics designs and manufactures the most technologically advanced crash test dummies in the world. Find out why they chose a Markforged X7 composite 3D printer to fabricate Kevlar reinforced parts for their dummies and custom tooling. Join us for a conversation with Kris Sullenberger, Senior Design Engineer and 3D Print Manager from Humanetics, as he shares his 12 years of experience with 3D printing and how he’s cut time and cost by utilizing his Markforged X7 to print a wide variety of parts: • Fiber-reinforced end-use parts for Humanetics crash test dummies • Replacement of silicone thermoset molds for longer lifecycles and lower costs • Lightweighting of large ergonomic assembly fixtures Watch the on-demand webinar and hear how Humanetics is able to shave off thousands of dollars through the integration of 3D printing into their current design and manufacturing workflows. DOWNLOAD

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White Paper: Guide to Additive Manufacturing on th…
Manufacturers have realized significant cost savings and productivity improvements from integrating high strength additive manufacturing (AM) technology into their maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) processes. Read this white paper to identify the best applications for high strength AM on your production line. What you'll learn: • How 3D printing improves line changeovers, product breakage, and unplanned downtime scenarios. • The best factory applications for 3D printed parts, including machine set up, fixturing, and line optimization. • Which common equipment materials could be swapped with AM materials for improved performance. • Real-world use cases across multiple industries. DOWNLOAD

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