Metal 3D Printing Walkthrough | Markforged Metal X

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The Metal X makes metal 3D printing simpler than it ever was before. Learn how you can go from design to functional 3D printed metal parts quickly, easily, and more affordably than ever before.

The Markforged Metal X additive manufacturing process combines metal injection molding (MIM) and fused filament fabrication (FFF) technologies together into Bound Powder Extrusion. BPE provides a simple, cost-effective way to create metal parts.

Materials Available: 17-4 PH Stainless Steel, H13 Tool Steel, A2 Tool Steel, D2 Tool Steel, and Inconel 625. Other materials in development.

The Metal X system includes the following machines:

Metal X
Built around a 5th generation extrusion and motion system, the Metal X metal 3D printer is office-friendly, easy to use, and has a small footprint. It features advanced failure detection and can be monitored from the cloud.

Wash 1
Optimized for efficiency, safety, and ease of use, the Wash-1 features integrated debinding and drying stations. Parts can be washed in parallel, allowing you to maximize throughput on a wide variety of part sizes.

Sinter 2
With a large active hot zone of 19,644 cubic cm, the Sinter-2 is the perfect solution for batch production and for larger parts. Featuring a carbon-free retort and active cooling, it can sinter Markforged’s full range of metals in as few as 30 hours.

Learn more about the Markforged Metal X 3D printer by visiting our website: https://markforged.com/metal-x/?mfa=youtube

Get an introduction to metal 3D printing with our free educational library: https://markforged.com/learn/3d-printing-strategies-for-metal/?mfa=youtube

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