3D printing technology is revolutionizing manufacturing as industrial 3D printers and 3D printing software are continually empowering smarter factories

By CIOReview | Friday, June 7, 2019
DesignPoint expands its Markforged 3D printer products into the New England States. The expansion is bound to create many opportunities for companies involved in the product design and manufacturing sectors in that area.

The 3D printing technology has a broader scope into smart manufacturing, and many companies are looking to adopt the technology in a bid to improve products and production procedures. With the help of cloud solutions, automation, and additive manufacturing tools, DesignPoint aims to maximize the potential of manufacturers and engineers.

This planned approach is in conjunction with the comprehensive view of requirements, the company goes on to offer strategies that will help the client improve profitability. Finally, it looks to align the goals with the resources available with the clients and create a roadmap before it begins working.

Markforged 3D printing products include printers that can manufacture components that are strong enough to create and re-engineer parts of automobiles, airplanes, and equipment for oil and gas industries.

“The main goal is to continuously motivate and educate clients with active engagement, analytics-based support, and fanatical service to ensure that they are achieving outcomes and goals in their desired time-frame," said John Cioffi, CEO, and Partner, DesignPoint. “We are well-positioned to guide customers as they move to the 3D experience platform simply by making More Possible,” he continued.

DesignPoint has been instrumental in offering unmatched services with innovative technological solutions and tools for product designing, engineering, and manufacturing companies. Passionate and qualified, the company has worked towards enabling clients to maximize their potentials with a range of products and services that include 3D software, 3D hardware, 3D, and 3D training.

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