Meet Markforged’s FX10: The Next Generation Industrial Composite 3D Printer

Our esteemed partner, Markforged, is excited to present an exclusive live webinar focusing on their latest breakthrough in industrial 3D printing – the FX10. This event, tailored for the APAC region, is a unique opportunity for industry professionals to delve into advanced manufacturing technologies.

Date: December 6th
Time: 1:30 PM Adelaide | 11:00 AM Perth | 2:00 PM Melbourne/Sydney

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Highlights of the Webinar:

Explore the transformative capabilities of the FX10:

  • Live Tour of the FX10: Experience a detailed walkthrough of the FX10’s specifications and cutting-edge features.
  • Revolutionizing Speed and Innovation: Learn how the FX10’s enhanced print speed empowers local manufacturers to accelerate innovation.
  • Unmatched Strength and Finish: Discover how the FX10 creates end-use parts and tooling/fixtures with the robustness of machined aluminium and a refined surface finish, all efficiently produced at the click of a button.
  • Design Philosophy: Understand the vision and strategic decisions behind the FX10’s development.
  • Interactive Q&A Session: Participate in a live Q&A with Markforged’s FX10 team based in the USA.

Centralian Controls is proud to market this pivotal event to our valued clients and contacts. This webinar is a must for those keen on the latest advancements in manufacturing technology and exploring new horizons for their business.

Click here to register and be part of this groundbreaking webinar. Embrace the opportunity to witness the future of industrial manufacturing!

Stepping into the future of industrial printing with the FX10. Captured here in its element, this groundbreaking machine is set to redefine manufacturing.

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