Markforged

480 Pleasant St.
Watertown, MA 02472 US

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CompositesWorld to Host Additive Composites Event at CAMX
The inaugural Additive Manufacturing Workshop for Composites, hosted by CompositesWorld and co-located with CAMX, will explore the connection between additive manufacturing and continuous fiber reinforcement.

3D Printed Fixtures Speed Setup for Inspection
3D printed fixtures enable this company to quickly set up parts for CMM inspection, whether it's a one-off or recurring job. 

Material Extrusion: Now with Metal
Challenging our thinking about materials in metal additive manufacturing and the possibilities with material extrusion technology.

MarkForged X7 printer. Photo provided by Precision Metal Products for Modern Machine Shop.

The Case for 3D-Printed Workholding: Collapsing Costs and Lead Times
When Precision Metal Products purchased its first 3D printer last year, the company hoped to collapse both tooling costs and lead times. But the technology’s impact is reaching core business operations, enabling the shop to focus on higher-margin, lower-volume production.

Big Systems will display Markforged's Metal X 3D printer at IMTS 2018.

Metal 3D Printer Saves Weight, Minimizes Postprocessing
IMTS 2018: Big Systems showcases Markforged’s Metal X 3D printer, designed to avoid the safety risks of powder-based printers and to be easily installed on shop floors. 

Ben Pruitt with the Markforged Mark Two additive manufacturing system

3D Printer Enables Toolmaker to Produce Fixturing, End-Use Parts
A 3D printer helped a tooling manufacturer quickly and cost-effectively create fixturing for its tools and, eventually, end-use parts for customers.

Metal 3D-printed pipe fittings, swirlers, lattice cubes and exhaust manifold

Is Your Shop Ready for 3D Printing?
Andrew Tordanato of Diversified Manufacturing Technologies shares the questions to answer before adding 3D printing capability to your manufacturing operation.

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3D Printer’s Carbon Fiber-Filled Nylon Produces Stronger Parts
Fabtech 2017: Markforged’s X3 3D printer uses Onyx, a high-temperature capable, carbon fiber-filled nylon, to print engineering-grade thermoplastic fiber parts.

Jamie Hanson and Greg Mark

Methods 3D, Markforged Establish Distributor Partnership
Methods 3D will now provide sales for the latter’s carbon fiber composite 3D printing products.

MarkForged Metal X

First Atomic Diffusion Metal 3D Printer
Markforged introduces its Metal X metal 3D printer, the first to use the company’s Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing (ADAM) technique.

Product Categories of Markforged

Additive Manufacturing Machines for Composite Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines for Metal Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines for Polymer Parts
Additive Manufacturing Machines—Material Extrusion