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Markforged 3D printers have gained a reputation as being versatile, and that versatility extends further than most people realize. That is why we made an unboxing video of the Markforged sample kit, which showcases the variety of uses and materials already available. That includes threaded components, fiberglass, carbon fiber reinforced Onyx, and even metal – all to the exact specifications demanded by the job. The final printed products have a default resolution of up to 100 microns for a smooth finish. Watch [...]

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Introducing Onyx the Penguin, DPC’s New Mascot

We’ve had a busy year here at Design Products Company, as has the 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing (AM) industries. In 2016, the AM industry grew nearly 26% over 2015, and analysts expect 2017 could grow even more. Markforged also had a huge year with its launch of two new carbon fiber-capable 3D printers, the X3 and X5 (both of which we carry in our Newington, CT showroom, by the way). And that’s not all. Last month, Markforged closed a [...]

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The Mark Two Event

Join Us September 7th 11 AM to 3 PM We are celebrating the Mark Two from Markforged with our special guest speaker Veronika Tyukova. At our Newington location we will provide free lunch, giveaways and the demonstrations/tutorials will run at various times between the hours above.  All are welcome to join, please reserve your seat or contact us for more information.  Confirm your reservation by August 30th  [email protected] | 1-860-666-8573 The Mark Two is designed to maximize product output, manufacturing processes, while decreasing costs and time to [...]

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Design Products Company Rebrands

We integrating new technologies, such as 3D printers and advanced 2D printers. Our business policy and customer services are not changing. We believe providing the best for our clients and have continued that for generations. We are now certified resellers and trainers. Since 39+ years of business supporting architects, engineers, designers, manufacturers and other industries we’ve learned how to keep up with our customers demands and the changes in technologies.  From graphing tools and utensils to wide format plotters and [...]

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