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How Companies are In-Housing their Supply Chain

Updated: Jan 12, 2022


Tuesday, March 31, 2020 13:30 BST (8:30am EST)

As international supply chains begin to strain, turning to high quality local on-demand manufacturing could be the key to keeping your business running smoothly.

New Forge Engineering is a Markforged customer that's transitioning to on-demand manufacturing to reduce dependency on third-party suppliers and inventory requirements. With a digital inventory for a variety of parts, local factories can 3D print parts on-demand from 3D files sent across the globe.

Join Markforged for this LIVE webinar and Q&A to learn:

  • How Australian manufacturing is transitioning from a car making nation to custom bespoke high-value manufacturing

  • New Forge Engineering shares their experience building in-house production capabilities

  • How moving from traditional manufacturing to Additive Manufacturing help to reduce costs

  • How to increase innovation capacity with the launch of pure Copper 3D printing

To find out how Additive Manufacturing can benefit your workflow, speak to the Markforged specialists at CREAT3D and receive a sample test print with business case.


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