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Mark Two 3D Printer: The Next Level is Now

Carbon Fiber is the lightest, strongest material in the world. The incredible strength of carbon fiber comes from the long, continuous strands that carry load down the entire part. This is why space shuttles, rockets, and Formula 1 cars are constructed from continuous strand carbon. And it’s how MarkForged’s Mark One Industrial Strength 3D Printer prints […]

February 3rd, 2016|MarkForged|

Windchill 11 Released: Our Review

NxRev is just back from the Windchill 11 launch party and we’re really excited about all the improvements and changes this major release will bring our PLM customers.

December 18th, 2015|Windchill|

Mark One 3D Printer FAQ: Learning the Basics

Since it debuted on the market last year, the Mark One 3D printer has changed the way people think about 3D printed objects.

The MarkForged printer is a huge milestone in the quest to streamline the design process. How? It prints plastic parts that can be reinforced with three types of material: carbon fiber, Kevlar, and […]

December 5th, 2015|MarkForged|

PTC Creo Advanced Assembly Extension

Oil refineries break crude oil down into more usable material. It arrives via tanker or pipeline, and is then pumped into large storage tanks. The crude oil then begins to undergo distillation as it is vaporized when heated by the system.

July 7th, 2014|Creo Advanced Assembly Extension|