Markforged Wins 3D Printing Industry Award for Enterprise 3D Printer of the Year

Markforged Wins 3D Printing Industry Award for Enterprise 3D Printer of the Year

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Markforged, inventor of the world’s first carbon-fiber and breakthrough Metal X 3D printers, today announced that the Mark Two won 3D Printing Industry’s first annual Award Enterprise 3D Printer of the Year (FFF/FDM). The publication launched the awards earlier this year with the goal of highlighting achievements in the 3D printing industry.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by the 3D printing community.”

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3D Printing Industry received more than 4,000 nominations for the awards, which had 20 categories. After the judges determined the finalists, voting was opened up to readers online. 3D Printing Industry is a global media company providing a dedicated resource on news and trends in the 3D printing and scanning industries.

“At Markforged, our core mission remains to provide significant bottom-line results for our customers through strong parts that withstand challenging environments and to ultimately provide bottom-line results for our customers. In just one year, our Mark Two has become the de facto workhorse printer for professionals who want to quickly, cost-effectively print tools and functional parts,” said Greg Mark, CEO, Markforged. “It’s an honor to be recognized by the 3D printing community.”

Markforged’s Mark Two sits on a desktop, is a fraction of the cost of most industrial 3D printers, and delivers 20 times the strength of other plastics by printing a composite with continuous strands of carbon fiber. Users can also opt for reinforcement with Kevlar™ or high-temperature fiberglass for a range of properties. With the Mark Two, users have enjoyed a payback on their printer within two weeks in many cases, an average part cost savings of 95% and time savings of 80% over traditional processes to create tooling, fixtures and working prototypes. The Markforged benefit scales to unlock significant efficiency gains and faster time to market for manufacturers using multiple printers.

About Markforged
As one of the most well respected, innovative and rapidly growing 3D printing companies, Markforged’s mission is to provide its customers with high strength parts, on the most reliable printers with the best materials. In 2014, Markforged revolutionized 3D printing with the introduction of the world’s first carbon-fiber composite 3D printer. Today, Markforged’s lineup of innovative printers in both composites and metal along with its Eiger cloud software are making strong parts for thousands of customers in over 50 countries around the world.

Markforged Industrial Strength 3D Printers produce mission-critical parts that solve real problems for their customers, and realize structures never before possible. For more information, visit www.Markforged.com.

UTAH SEMINARS — “Reinventing Manufacturing” – Carbon Fiber and Metal 3D Printing

Please join us and learn more about Markforged 3D Printing Technology.

See us 3D Print end-use carbon reinforced parts in lightweight continuous Carbon Fiber, Kevlar and (High Temp) Fiberglass with remarkable strength and dimensional stability.

Engineer parts for toughness, strength, high temperature, stability and resilience.

– High-Strength End-Use Parts
– Print Functional Prototypes
– Same Day Strong Parts
– 3D Printed Tooling & Fixtures

See

  • Live Mark Two 3D Printer in Action!
  • Eiger Software Demonstration
  • Products and Pricing Overview
  • Plastic 3D Printers
  • Onyx One
  • Onyx Pro
  • Mark Two
  • Mark X Metal 3D Printer
  • Metal X
  • Q&A

Markforged 3DP – Featured Presentation at Utah SolidWorks User Group – May 16th

                  Northern Utah SolidWorks User Group (NUSWUG)

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SOLIDWORKS Users — please join us for our Q2 2017 user group meeting!

Food & Drinks | SolidWorks Technical Presentations | Prize Giveaways

5:15pm — Check In, Food, Drinks, Networking


6:00pm  —  Carbon Fiber Composite 3D Printing Live Demo!
Bill Boland | Red Rocks Product Development / Markforged

               

6:15pm — Share your Sweet SolidWorks Skills
• Top Five SolidWorks 2017 New Features | Tanner Knight, SOLIDBOX
• Multi-Body Sheet Metal | Jim Howlett, Companion Systems
• Design Table Configurations | Casey Allen, Edwards Lifesciences
• Multi Geometric Lofting Techniques | Travis Morrey, RealAcoustix
• SolidWorks Simulation FEA | Mike Spens, Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks

7:30pm — Design Challenge | Q2/2017 Boom Swing Bearing
An informal design review of the different modeling techniques, no wrong or right way.

7:45pm — Prize Drawings | Gift Cards and SolidWorks swag … 8:00pm meeting adjourned

Please RSVP by March 12th via email: NUSWUG@gmail.com

Northern Utah SolidWorks User Group (NUSWUG) est. 2008 is a group to link SolidWorks users 
in the Greater Salt Lake Area, to share tips-n-tricks and best practices using SolidWorks and 
connect engineering and design professionals.

NUSWUG Meeting Location Map
Edwards Lifesciences | 12050 Lone Peak Pkwy, Draper, UT 84020
(East Entrance)

 

3D Printing for Tooling & Fixtures – Yielding 95% Cost Savings

3D PRINTED PARTS WITH CARBON FIBER CAN REPLACE MACHINED PARTS

As the 3D printing market grows, consumers and corporations alike are developing innovative ways to integrate 3D printing into their everyday workflow. In the past few years, the 3D printing industry has expanded as many more professional 3D printing companies are popping up, targeting manufacturing solutions for businesses. One recent value proposition of professional grade 3D printers is their ability to easily fabricate tooling, fixturing, and other manufacturing devices that are necessary to efficient workflow, but often difficult or time consuming to manufacture themselve

THE MARK X – Large Format Carbon Fiber 3DP

Uncompromised Strength, Precision and Beauty

The Mark X is the most powerful 3D printer on the market. With industrial-scale printing of incredibly strong parts and first ever precision sensing systems, the Mark X is destined to be the must-have printer for every manufacturer.
This printer combines the benefits of Markforged’s unique fiber reinforcement for parts as strong as metal with advanced “build as designed” sensors and the beautiful surface finish of Onyx. The Mark X will empower you to take any design concept and make it a reality.