Produce the Right Part Every Time Blacksmith makes manufacturing machines ‘aware’ by connecting machines that make parts and inspection equipment with a powerful Artificial Intelligence (AI) solution. Blacksmith automatically adjusts programming to ensure every part is produced as designed. WATERTOWN, MA – May 20, 2019 – Markforged, the leading provider of metal and carbon fiber 3D…Details
A couple of tube type pieces that will be welded and long tools with unusual custom shapes. These would be difficult and expensive to make any other way other than Additive Manufacturing.
Traditional #3Dprinted plastics will burn if they catch fire ?, but our new material, Onyx FR, is self-extinguishing, so it will actually prevent itself from burning. Watch the video below to see how Onyx FR compared to Onyx. #printstronger Learn more: https://t.co/sX4qg2Uw4H pic.twitter.com/sbmY03AONM — Markforged (@Markforged) May 2, 2019Details
Want your booth to be the talk of your next trade show? A trade show is a prime-time opportunity to develop new customers, market your new products and services and take your business and sales to the next level. Rapids Reproductions offers a wide variety of graphics, displays and exhibits to make your booth Grand…Details
An example of the type of Interior Graphics we can do. Our logo put up on a wall in our Davenport office. Also known as Environmental Graphics, it’s a way to transform your environment to your brand. From the first impression of the reception area to individual work areas and common spaces, we can help…Details
Had to print 100 of these end-use parts in less than a week. Had 4 of our Markforged printers running 24/7. Our other 2 printers were also running other jobs. Low volume production additive manufacturing is here.
Latest end-use parts from our 3D printers. A set of pulleys made from our composite Nylon/Chopped Carbon Fiber material. Strong on its own but can also be reinforced with continuous fibers to make a part as strong as Aluminum.
Happy to have been able to print these Awards going to Navy Pilots. We painted the fins and the customer applied the decals and provided the etched glass.
A recent customer had a need for threaded inserts in the parts we printed for them. The process we used is called “heat staking” where the insert is heated and pressed into the holes. It really worked well and the customer was happy with them.
White Paper: The Economics of 3D Printing 3D printing is advancing into the realm of production, both in terms of work-holding to assist in machining operations and custom end-use parts. While the value of a printer may not seem apparent at first, executing the calculations will tell a different story. In production and manufacturing, productivity…Details