ACCESS Manufacturing Systems Announces First-Ever Georgia Taproom Tour, Showcasing State-of-the-art Markforged 3D Printing in Metals and Composites

ACCESS experts to satisfy overwhelming interest in Markforged 3D Printing Technology with taproom tour through Savannah, Marietta and Columbus.

ACCESS Manufacturing Systems is pleased to formally announce the Georgia Taproom Tour, featuring Markforged 3D Printers at popular breweries located in Savannah, Marietta and Columbus.


The tour will take place in Savannah, GA (September 24, 2019); Marietta, GA (September 25, 2019); and Columbus, GA (September 26, 2019). Demonstrations will allow attendees to experience the simplicity of the CAD to final 3D printed part process, while learning how parts can be printed in stainless steel, tool steel, Inconel, titanium, onyx, fiberglass, carbon fiber, Kevlar and more. Complimentary beverages will be provided for attendees twenty-one years and older, as well as a chance to win a $100 gift card to each brewery event location.

ACCESS first announced the addition of Markforged 3D Printers to their product suite in June 2019. Interest and intrigue have since been amplified among manufacturing audiences throughout Georgia's vast technology corridors.

"With such a substantial demand to get an in-person look at this technology, we're very excited to travel to high-interest areas, such as Georgia," said Joe Lagennusa, national sales manager at ACCESS Manufacturing Systems. "Traditional manufacturing methods have been around for so long, and are so engrained in the workforce, it's almost unbelievable to imagine that a 3D printer can now produce a metal part that is durable and strong enough to handle significant compressive load, while also being, say, fifty percent lighter. Not to mention the cost and time savings… all without compromising quality. People really want to experience it, so we're here to show them."

Stanley Black & Decker replaced their current manufacturing work flow with the Markforged Metal X 3D Printer and now saves between 34% and 48% on manufacturing costs, while reducing part lead-time by 69%.

Saint-Gobain increased productivity and design freedom with the Markforged X7 Composite 3D Printer. "We were able to hit print and have four hundred parts come off our X7 printer ready for the factory line... We had a one-hundred percent return on investment within six months of purchasing the printer," said Emmanuel Simadiris, research engineer at Saint-Gobain.

Registration for The Georgia Taproom Tour is now open. Register today for free to secure your seat (space is limited).

About ACCESS:
ACCESS Manufacturing Systems, Inc. is the largest CAMWorks® reseller in the world. For more than 30 years, ACCESS has delivered best-in-class manufacturing software and accessories, along with unsurpassed industry expertise, to thousands of companies across the nation. Our extensive industry knowledge has allowed our customers to enhance their machining operations by reducing setup time, doubling machine capacity, and improving overall quality. To gain ACCESS to the most qualified team of CAM experts in the industry, please visit accessmfgsys.com, or connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube.

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