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Large-Format 3D Printing Unlocks New Frequencies for Bell Casting

BigRep on Jun 14, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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Australian Bell turns to FEA software and 3D printing to bring bell production into the 21st century.

The musical chimes and resounding gongs of bells have inspired and enchanted people for millennia; whether accompanying religious and spiritual ceremonies, used for communication or played for musical purposes. The process of making bells—known as bellfounding—is almost as captivating as the sounds emitted from the percussion instruments themselves.

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Markforged Customer Success Story: Hangar One Avionics

Markforged on May 10, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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Hangar One Avionics is a San Diego-based avionics, maintenance, repair and installation services provider with customers in airborne law enforcement, business aviation, and general aviation.

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Metal 3D Printing Applications (Part 2)

Markforged on Apr 26, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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Metal 3D printing technologies — like metal fused filament fabrication (metal FFF) — presents a breakthrough way to make functional metal parts accessible for businesses of all sizes. Metal FFF and composite FFF share many key process advantages over conventional manufacturing.

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Metal 3D Printing Applications (Part 1)

Markforged on Apr 12, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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3D metal printing technology — like metal fused filament fabrication (metal FFF) — presents a breakthrough way to make functional metal parts accessible for businesses of all sizes. Metal FFF and composite FFF share many key process advantages over conventional manufacturing.

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Introducing the EXBuild Additive Assessment

The EXBuild Team on Mar 22, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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Determining what additive manufacturing solution fits best for you can be a daunting task. Endlessly digging through blog posts and whitepapers is a major hassle when you are already busy with your day-to-day work. This is where the EXBuild Additive Assessment is here to help.

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Introducing Precise PLA: The Efficient Material for Concept Validation

Markforged on Mar 8, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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We’re pleased to announce the addition of Precise PLA to our materials portfolio! It is now even easier to prototype, create custom tooling, and fabricate end-use parts all on one platform.

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How CNC Machining and 3D Printing Can Work Together in Your Shop

BigRep on Feb 22, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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Many workshops rely on CNC machining as the backbone of their production processes. However, with the rise of additive manufacturing, more and more companies think about including 3D printing into the workflow or even replacing their CNC machines. Let us give you an overview of what 3D printing can do for you, and how you can best combine both processes.

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How Much Material is Left on the Spool? (Part 2)

Kevin Bork on Feb 8, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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One question I get from many customers is "how do I calculate how many CC’s of material are left on a partial spool of material?" In our previous blog we came up with a way to calculate just that with a ruler and a scale, but what if we don't have a scale? This is a good option, a little less accurate but in the ballpark.

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How 3D Printing Helps Estoban Corp. Revolutionize their Product Line

The EXBuild Team on Jan 25, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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Estoban Corporation is the creator of Chim-Scan, the chimney sweep camera of choice for contractors and chimney repair servicers around the globe since 1984. In the last few years they have made major strides in how they develop and produce their products with the addition of additive manufacturing.

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How Much Material is Left on the Spool? (Part 1)

Kevin Bork on Jan 11, 2022 11:30:00 AM

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One of the questions we receive from customers all the time is how to calculate how many CC's of material are left on the spool. Now there are a number of different ways to calculate this number, today we are going to go over a quick method that requires a scale and a little bit of math.

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