How Logistics Gets Help From Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing is often discussed in terms of 3D Printing but there is more to it. Large and small organisations benefit from additive manufacturing by creating an ecosystem where parts can flow freely and obstacles do not create supply chain bottlenecks. We spoke to Martin Krona, President EMEA at Markforged, about the benefits of additive […]

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How 3D Printing Has Already Helped Logistics Operations

Following his presentation on 3D printing in the field at the International Armoured Vehicles event at Twickenham stadium in January 2023, Markforged’s President EMEA, Martin Krona explores how the technology can help streamline logistics, circumvent supply chain challenges and enable creative problem solving in the defence industry. Planning and logistics win wars Logistically speaking, there are many […]

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Markforged introduces new Simulation software for 3D Printing

 At Formnext, Markforged (NYSE: MKFG), the company strengthening manufacturing resiliency by enabling industrial production at the point of need, announced the release of new Simulation features for its additive manufacturing software. Simulation is available as a free trial until April 2023, and the company expects to make the feature accessible through a paid subscription thereafter. Incorporating 3D […]

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VIDEO | How Younger Employees Can Teach Senior Staff New Tricks

To say that employees’ attitudes have changed over the last few years would be understatement. The supply chain and logistics industry is no exception but it might be a bit slower in adopting those new outlooks. We spoke to Jack Thomas from PrintCity about training and how younger employees can help more experienced ones to […]

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Reverse mentoring can propel growth in UK manufacturing

Mick Goodwin, application engineer at Markforged, looks at how to make reverse mentoring successful in manufacturing. It’s hard to escape news reports on the current skills shortage and its effect on the UK economy. The Open University’s Business Barometer Report indicates that 61% of businesses across the country are experiencing a skills shortage[1]. Engineering, manufacturing and […]

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