Our customer Cirnapro designs metal and plastic parts for the mechanical engineering industry in lot sizes 1-200 and has integrated a Markforged 3D printer into its manufacturing processes to complement its production.

Especially the possibility to reinforce with carbon and glass fibre opens up a whole new production spectrum for the company!

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“Minimum lot size, set-up and coating costs for a metal hinge have been reduced. Functions that were only available with several individual components could be integrated into one component! – says mechanical engineer and toolmaker Hans-Joachim Englert.

The costs saved could be invested in a new milling machine – further proof that 3D printing perfectly complements conventional manufacturing, but does not replace it.

Learn more about 3D printing continuous fibres!

Which continuous fibre is suitable for which applications? How do I design correctly for filament 3D printing? What do users say and where can I find more information? – This is the right place for you! We listed some information leading you directly to the matching answers.

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DfAM – How do you design your part best for 3D printing with composites? In this guide you will get valuable tips for design and material selection.

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3D Printing vs. CNC Machining

The two production technologies each have various benefits and drawbacks, and this article identifys the applications which best benefit from one or the other.

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