PrintCity makes its mark with metal

We are delighted to announce the arrival and commissioning of our new metal printer, the Markforged Metal X. We have spent a significant amount of time sourcing the best machine and opted for the Markforged Metal X having been impressed by the results printing with 17-4 PH Stainless Steel. We considered a metal printer a vital part of the jigsaw and now the picture is complete.

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