How In-House 3D Printing Reduces Costs for 10X for a Crash Test Dummy
Humanetics designs and manufactures the most technologically advanced crash test dummies in the world. Find out why they chose a Markforged composite 3D printer to fabricate Kevlar reinforced parts for their dummies and custom tooling.
Fiber-reinforced end-use parts for Humanetics crash test dummies
Replacement of silicone thermoset molds for longer lifecycles and lower costs
Lightweighting of large ergonomic assembly fixtures
How to 3D Print Soft Jaws with a Markforged Printer
Soft jaws are nearly universal in the CNC world, required to fabricate all but the most rudimentary parts. Content Engineer Daniel Leong gives an introduction to 3D printed soft jaws and demonstrates how Markforged provides specialized soft jaw solutions in this on-demand webinar.
Using 3D Printing for Welding Fixtures
Traditional fixtures for welding are either general-use and difficult to assemble or highly customized and costly. In this installment of the tooling and fixturing webinar series we'll share how 3D printed welding fixtures can alleviate many of these problems with quick-turnaround custom fixturing to save cost and time in your production environment.