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Markforged introduces the FX10 3D printer in a live machine guidance webinar

Markforged introduces the FX10 3D printer in a live machine guidance webinar

Markforged FX10Photo credit: LinkedIn by Markforged

Markforged, an additive manufacturing company, will showcase its state-of-the-art industrial 3D printer, the FX10, during an exclusive webinar scheduled for Wednesday, December 6, 2023.

Starting at 8:30am IST, 11am SGT, 2pm AEDT and 4pm NZDT, this event is designed to provide participants with an in-depth look at the innovative features and capabilities of the company’s latest fifth-generation composite machine.

During the live machine tour, participants take a virtual journey through the FX10 and learn about its specifications and functions first hand.

Marrow-forged said The aim is to introduce the revolutionary printer and highlight its potential impact on the future of industrial printing.

In particular, the FX10 features doubled print speed, enabling accelerated production that allows local manufacturers to innovate faster than ever before.

Additionally, participants will gain insight into how this increased speed can transform manufacturing capabilities and increase efficiency.

Attendees will top off their webinar experience with an exclusive live Q&A session with Markforged’s US-based FX10 team.

You’ll also have the opportunity to engage directly with the experts, ask their questions, and gain first-hand insight into the FX10’s capabilities and potential applications.

Markforged recently introduced the FX10 3D printer at Formnext 2023.

In a press release, the company said the printer features a Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR) printing system that delivers high print quality in a heated print chamber, resulting in faster print speeds and larger print sizes compared to previous Markforged Industrial Series printers.

In addition, the printer has optical sensors for checking dimensional accuracy, assessing machine health and performance, and laser micrometry for scanning and calibration.

The printer also features a material drawer with integrated storage compartments for filament spools, allowing automatic spool changing during a print.

Interested participants can register for the upcoming webinar here Shortcut.