3D printing has revolutionized the manufacturing industry, and the release of the Markforged Metal X continues to progress the manufacturing revolution. As the first all-inclusive metal 3D printer of its kind, the Metal X makes it possible to create metal … Continued
Author Archives: Bruce Bodnyk
Augmented reality (AR), is a live direct or indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input n such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. Creo AR, entirely new functionality added to Creo 4 provides an exciting … Continued
Regardless of the type of additive manufacturing technology being used for the printing of plastic parts; fused deposition modeling (FDM), stereolithography (SLA) or digital light processing (DLP), part accuracy is one of the main considerations when deciding what type of … Continued
Who would have thought that a 3D printed part itself might require a fixture to be printed?
As a recent drone or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) enthusiast, I started by learning to fly a small toy hobby drone, to which I then successfully designed and printed a frame for one on my Mark Two 3D printer by MarkForged. Having … Continued
The Mark Two 3D Composite Printer improves upon the original revolutionary Mark One with faster print speeds (up to 40%); the ability to strengthen features 15 times smaller than before; and increased reliability.
I’ve been having problems with the back door of my house where the latch plate was loose therefore making the door difficult to open and close. The door is a typical steel entry way door containing a strip of wood … Continued
Bruce Bodnyk, a mechanical engineer and instructor at 3 HTi, thought it would be fun and challenging to design and build his own mini-quadcopter using the Mark One 3D printer from MarkForged. Read about his process.