Extending the Life of Aging Equipment With 3D Printing

April 12, 2024
In a high-volume environment like a processing plant, parts such as bolts and rollers often wear or break. As in any industry, time is money, so why not 3D print those essential replacement parts whenever you need them?

In this case study, discover how the Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC) transforms the meat processing industry by leveraging Markforged's additive manufacturing technology. This innovative collaboration ensures continuous equipment operation, minimizing downtime and significantly cutting costs through the on-demand production of critical parts.


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