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The Markforged Mark X lets you teleport precision custom parts from designer to printer

The promise of 3D printing has been kind of a dud. Aside from a few cool Yoda heads and some small plastic pieces, there have been no “indie” players doing much interesting in the space except Markforged. Markforged is a Boston company that we featured last year and they make carbon-fiber reinforced plastic parts using traditional 3D-printing techniques. This means the objects… Read More
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