Metal Inserts with Markforged 3D Printing

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  • Published on Sep 1, 2020
  • Have you ever needed to insert a component or piece of hardware into the internals of your 3D prints? In today's content, we'll be taking a look at a Markforged option that allows you to easily configure your prints for just this purpose.
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Comments • 6

  • Paleo Geology
    Paleo Geology 7 months ago

    I been working on adding steel cores into my 3d prints to greatly improve their strength. had some bonding issues though but rome wasnt built in a day

  • Artificially Intelligent

    In the second example, why can't you pause at the slice when where the vertical walls of the nut cavity are finished? The top of the nut would protrude, but only into the space used by the nut, and the rest of the printing would be supported by the nut.

  • Mark Robinson
    Mark Robinson Year ago +1

    Nice work Jesse!

  • roshan antony
    roshan antony Year ago +1

    awesom.. will try with my printer and give feedback

  • Oscar González Woge

    Good job

  • Lord Golden Frieza
    Lord Golden Frieza Year ago +1

    Great