News & EventsThe latest from HK3D Solutions
Come along to HK3D on Feb 11th to see the revolutionary Figure 4 3D printer & learn how the latest Digital Light Processing technology is dramatically increasing prototyping & production efficiencies for designers & engineers.
Join us on Thursday 21st February for our Metal X update seminar – new materials, software updates, higher resolutions…
Markforged launches H13 Tool Steel for the Metal X 3D Printing System
Henry Squire & Sons Limited continue to innovate their processes with a Markforged Composite Series printer…
5 questions with Matt Hill, MD at MHDE. Learn how Markforged technology is transforming their workflow process…
Additional dates: 16th – 18th October 2018. Register your place today to learn about the whole print to part process of the Metal X.
Liverpool John Moores University are the first in the UK to take delivery of the Markforged Metal X from HK3D…
Markforged’s Metal X has arrived in the UK and HK3D are hosting a number of events across the summer. Book your place today.
HK3D now have the UK’s first Markforged ‘Print Farm’ ready for you to use, click to find out more.
Video: Tom takes us through how Gripple Limited are utilising the Metal X for product development…
Join us Thursday 28th June at Marches Centre of Manufacturing and Technology from 9am-1pm
You decide. Request your free Carbon filled ballpoint pen today. Simply fill out the form to request your pen.
The Metal X is here! Drop-in to HK3D on 28th – 29th March 2018 between 9am-4pm for your chance to see the Mexal X in action. Register today!
Register your place on next week’s webinar – Tuesday 20th February 2018. 4pm GMT
Get your copy of the Metal X Case Study from Markforged: Why Stanley Black & Decker Chose the Metal X
Eiger gives you the power to manage your network of Markforged printers and prints in one place. Try Markforged Eiger software for FREE today!
Until March 23, Markforged is offering two exclusive offers with the Metal X printer.
Register your place today for Markforeged latest webinar! 4-4.45pm Tuesday 16 January 2018.