Rethinking supply chains with additive manufacturing with Markforged
The world is a dynamic place, and we need flexible supply chains that anticipate and meet this requirement. The last 6 months have dramatically highlighted the danger of building fixed supply chains with multiple failure points. So how can we rethink our strategies and invest in building agile supply chains that are robust, responsive and cost-effective in the face of potential future disruption? How can industrial equipment manufacturers apply additive manufacturing/3D printing to improve operational performance?
In this webinar you will learn more about:
- How additive manufacturing plays a key role in rethinking supply chains
- Real applications: how modern manufacturers have built flexible and responsive manufacturing operations by implementing the Digital Forge
- Create a robust and smart manufacturing platform bringing both 3D printing and the power of software to real world engineers
Jeremy Drew is a time-served and proven Applications Engineering Manager for EMEA, with over 30 years of experience in global manufacturing, operating across all sectors. His background in materials and conventional subtractive processes from diamond grinding to speak erosion, has provided a bridge to AM technologies in a game-changing way.
Founded in 2013 and based in Massachusetts USA, Markforged has 250 employees globally, with $137 million in both strategic and venture capital. Markforged was recently recognised by Forbes in the Next Biollion-Dollar Startups list, and listeed as the #2 fastest-growing hardware company in the US in the 2019 Deloitte Fast 500.
Markforged is changing the pace of invention with the Digital Forge, an intuitive addictive manufacturing platform powering engineers, designers and manufacturing professionals all over the world. The Digital Force platform seamlessly combines best-in-class machines, software, and both metal and composite materials to empower engineers and designers to go from a design to a functional part more efficiently.
Today, our customers use our platform for tools and fixtures, functional prototypes, and low-volume end-use parts. With the Digital Forge, our customers are able to increase the speed of innovation. And as we continue to innovate and make our products better, so too will our customers.
Date: 16 October 2020
Time: 13:00 - 14:30 BST
Cost: Free to attend
This one-hour webinar will be broadcast via Zoom and delegate questions can be posed through the Question & Answer function. A video of the webinar will be recorded for all delegates including any material referenced. All registered delegates will receive a link and instructions of how to join the webinar in advance. You will need an internet connection to take part in the webinar.
Simply register on the link below and this will give you your FREE access to the Webinar.