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Whitepaper: Markforged Composite Design Guide

Designing for manufacturing is a critical part of the product development cycle. It prevents roadblocks in manufacturing and delivers successful parts well designed for the process. Designing for 3D printing is no different — considering the process from the start of your design workflow will ensure successful and cost-effective prints. This guide walks you through the key considerations of design success with Markforged composite printers including:

  • Quick reference sheet
  • Identifying 3D printing opportunities
  • What to consider when printing
  • Strategic 3D printing design practices
  • Understanding matrix materials
  • Diving deep into fiber reinforcement

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