Würth signs agreement with Markforged to distribute 3D printers

Würth, the German distributor of fasteners, MRO and safety equipment, has signed a deal with Markforged, the US manufacturers of composite and metal 3D printers, to sell 3D printers to its customers in North America.  The deal will allow Würth to provide Markforged 3D printers to its customers in the general manufacturing market, as well

Markforged receives undisclosed investment from military-supporting nonprofit

Metal and carbon fiber 3D printing specialist, Markforged, has recently received an investment of an undisclosed amount from In-Q-Tel, a nonprofit focused on identifying and advancing technologies that could support the missions of U.S. military divisions. The new financial relationship will expand the U.S. military’s already expansive access to Markforged’s industrial-grade metal and carbon fiber

Markforged opens new facility to support 3D printer materials production

Award-winning composite and metal 3D printer provider Markforged has announced the opening of a 25,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Billerica, Massachusetts. The new site aims to support the company’s material production, which increased by 81% over the past year.  “With the significant growth of Markforged printers in the field, the consumption of our materials continues

Markforged brings Inconel superalloy to the Metal X 3D printer

Award winning composite and metal 3D printer provider Markforged has made Inconel 625 a compatible material for the Metal X. A nickel-based superalloy, Inconel 625 is remarkable for its propensity to retain high strength at elevated temperatures, and is often applied in chemical, offshore, and aerospace industries. With availability for the Metal X, Markforged seeks to reduce

Dunlop saves thousands of dollars a year applying Markforged 3D printing

Multi award-winning 3D printer provider Markforged announced that Dunlop Systems and Components, a UK-based automotive manufacturing company, has been using its machines to create custom tooling, saving thousands of dollars in the process.  As its tooling division had become a bottleneck, Dunlop Systems purchased a Markforged desktop 3D printer in order to overcome problems associate