News & EventsThe latest from HK3D Solutions
If you reserve the Markforged Metal X before the 22nd December 2017, you will receive a desktop composite printer completely free!
Additive manufacturing is not only useful as a production method for end use parts, find out more in this whitepaper…
Get your hands on a free 3D printed golf tee reinforced with Kevlar. Printed using the Markforged X7.
Working in partnership with HK3D, JJ Churchill has reduced the time it takes to prepare fixtures by 70% in its CMM quality inspection process and cut costs by 50%, by using 3D printing.
Markforged launch the Industrial Composite Series – Introducing the X3, X5 and X7 for large-format 3D printing featuring their unique composite reinforcement technology.
Understand how foundries and job shops can build significant productivity and new manufacturing efficiency with 3D printed casting patterns and methodologies from 3D Systems.
Did you miss the webinar? Jon Reilly, VP of Product at Markforged, discusses how the Metal X and ADAM (Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing) technology will transform the industry.
We’re returning to TCT again this year! Register your interest and come along to see us on stand E66 26th -28th September.
Event Date: 6/07/2017. Come and see the new family of Carbon filled 3D Printers and learn about the new Metal X arriving at HK later this year.
Open a beer on us with your FREE 3D printed, carbon filled bottle opener! Learn how the part was made on the Markforged Mark Two by watching the video…
Introducing 3D Systems’ disruptive Figure 4 production platform that produces plastic parts more than 50 times faster than current systems…
Join us on Wednesday 5th April 2017 and discover how you can gain a competitive edge through faster design, modification and production processes.
At CES 2017, Markforged announced a revolutionary new 3D printing machine – the Metal X. This machine is now available for pre order in the UK
All Markforged 3D Printers are now available from HK3D Solutions. You can now print amazing carbon fibre parts that can be reinforced for metal-strength.
The launch of 3D Sprint 2.0: Single software solution developed to accelerate additive manufacturing workflows for 3D Systems’ plastic 3D printers.
Warwick University is Helping Speed Up New Product Development With The MJP 2500 From HK3D Solutions
Watch the video to see how The MJP 2500 3D Printer is allowing WMG to significantly speed up the production process.
New pliable MultiJet Printing material mimics patient physiology, enabling realistic practice of cuts, sutures and grafts.
Then new update from 3D Systems delivers unprecedented ease-of-use for results-driven professional quality management and metrology workflows.