Carbon-Fiber Footprint Puts Markforged Step Ahead Of The Competition
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom D
11:20 - 11:40
The ability to print carbon-fiber parts has been a true market differentiator for Markforged. Not only is the material 20 percent stronger and 40 percent more durable than ABS, but Markforged holds the moniker of being one of the only 3D-printing companies able to print strong carbon-fiber parts. As part of their presentation, Markforged will provide an overview of the technologies enlisted to print carbon fiber, and metal, as well as discuss use cases from some of the world's largest manufacturers who have enlisted their services, including STANLEY Infrastructure, SIEMENS, Porsche and many others.
Andrew de Geofroy is the vice president of application engineering at Markforged. His responsibilities include leading a global team of engineers that consult with clients on how to leverage the company's unique composites and metal additive manufacturing technologies to drive measurable business results.
Markforged is the leading manufacturer of industrial 3D printers. With Markforged composite and metal 3D printers, businesses can quickly and affordably print parts strong enough for the factory floor. Founded in 2013 and based in Watertown, MA, Markforged has over 150 employees, with $57 million in strategic and venture capital.
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