Many industries will experience digital transformations in the next few years, but no industry will be as profoundly affected as the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing will eagerly adopt new transformational technologies that will affect accepted ideas about what constitutes manufacturing. To at least get to grips with the basics of digital transformation and the role that […]
Throughout history, there has been a variety of methods used to manufacture custom parts. Today, the most common methods used are 3D printing and CNC machine. Both utilize computer numerical control (CNC), which developed from traditional milling methods after WWII. While 3D printing has some major breakthroughs in the last few years, CNC machine is […]
Since it debuted on the market, the Mark Two 3D printer has been redefining what people expect from 3D printed objects.
The MarkForged machine prints plastic parts, which can be reinforced with three types of material: carbon fiber, Kevlar, and fiberglass. This allows users to create working prototypes and high-quality end-use products – a huge […]
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 […]
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 […]
NxRev is excited to announce that they have partnered with MarkForged to offer the Mark One 3D printer. The Mark One is the only 3D printer capable of printing composite parts. Being able to print parts that are reinforced with carbon fiber results in parts that are stronger by weight than aluminum. We’re not just talking strong prototypes, we’re talking about printing useful parts that you can use in the shop.