In a surprise announcement today, Markforged has acquired Teton Simulation.
Several new AM materials were announced in the past week.
Additive manufacturing has increased its ROI by becoming a go-to work-around for supply chain challenges.
Markforged announced a new 3D printer, the FX20.
Markforged is rolling out a cloud-based software platform.
3DQue announced the results of an internal study exploring ways to inexpensively 3D print metal objects.
Markforged is shutting down — for a week.
This month has been busy for Continuous Composites.
Xometry and Markforged have both officially gone public, and FATHOM has announced its intent to join them, upping additive manufacturing on the stock market.
Markforged is on a hot streak introducing new 3D printers.
This week, Markforged announced new additions to its 3D printing platform.
Markforged published their very first corporate financial results.
While additive companies have been touting the capabilities of 3D printing in manufacturing, can it really compare to true manufacturing?
Charles R. Goulding and Harry Foxman put together their Industry 4.0 dream team.
On the heels of Markforged’s announcement of intent to go public, we catch up with the team for an inside look at company strategy and what we can expect to see going forward.
Markforged is set to become the next $2 billion public 3D printing company.
Boston-based Markforged has announced a change in executive structure.
Charles R. Goulding and Peter Favata take a hike — with help from 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi examine the new normal for robot usage in the 3D printing industry.
Markforged has received a surprise, undescribed investment from In-Q-Tel. We speculate why this happened.
Markforged announced the availability of a new metal for their Metal X system: copper. We have the reasons why this is so important.
Markforged announced they have earned an ISO:27001 certification.
Why are so many new metal 3D printing companies and services emerging? There are three main reasons for this growth in additive manufacturing.
Desktop Metal announced a continuous carbon fiber 3D printer, the Fiber, which uses a version of the industrial AFP (automated fiber placement) process to produce very strong parts.
What happens when two companies market continuous carbon fiber 3D printers? We think there will be competition between Anisoprint and Markforged.
3D printer farms aren’t a new concept — but the advantages of grouping together high-strength 3D printing units are growing. Markforged has just introduced its Print Farms offering. They describe it as “an economic way for customers to build metal and carbon fiber printing capacity with Markforged,” continuing: “The new packages allow customers to purchase… Continue reading Metal And Carbon Fiber 3D Printer Farms
SolidEngineer CEO Björn Lindwall successfully scaled Mount Everest using 3D printed climbing gear and equipment, showing peak testing in real-world conditions.
A lawsuit between Markforged and Desktop Metal? The two companies begin court battle again with Markforged claiming disparaging marketing material by Desktop Metal.
This spring, Markforged introduced its Blacksmith AI software; this summer, the company dedicated 2,000 square feet to its further development.
Greg Mark, CEO of Markforged, tells us it’s “definitely the most exciting thing we’ve announced” as the company introduces its foray into artificial intelligence.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi of R&D Tax Savers examine unicorns and strategic expansions in 3D printing.
Markforged has introduced its latest Onyx material, the flame-retardant Onyx FR.
Markforged is opening its first international HQ in Dublin, Ireland.
Boston-based Markforged has announced an $82 million Series D funding round.
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It looks like Markforged will be releasing some new metal materials soon.
Change doesn’t come silently.
Desktop Metal’s lawsuit against Markforged has reached an “amicable resolution”.
Big news today: Desktop Metal has launched a lawsuit against their prime competitor, Markforged.
Since the launch of Markforged in 2013, ENGINEERING.com has been following the startup’s development.
Yet another huge investment in 3D metal just occurred, but why is this happening?
3D printer manufacturer Markforged has introduced a couple of new machines that alters their product lineup considerably.
Markforged’s previous 3D printing equipment focused on high-strength materials like nylon, kevlar and carbon fiber, but now they’re into metal, too.
The new Mark X from Markforged includes a unique and very necessary feature.
Hmm, my speculation about 3D Hubs’ intentions the other month seems to be continuing with their latest announcement of carbon fiber capability.
We first saw the MarkForged desktop 3D printer in San Diego 2014, where it surprised everyone with its ability to print carbon fiber. Two years later they’ve released the Mark Two.