Markforged’s 3D printers are all about bringing innovation in 3D Printing. These 3D printers rival traditional manufacturing processes, both in speed and cost. Industries can integrate Markforged 3D printers at any stage of the manufacturing process, from early prototypes to manufacturing tools to end-use parts. Markforged has categorized its 3D printers in three series that is Desktop Series, Industrial Series, and Markforged Metal X that not just print carbon fiber, but also prints continuous carbon fiber, stainless steel, and fiberglass.
The Markforgd Desktop Series 3D Printer combines industrial quality and affordability in an all-aluminum form factor that fits on your desktop.
Markforged Industrial 3D printers deliver exceptional accuracy, reliability and repeatability. These 3D printers are the go-to solution for manufacturing tooling.
MARKFORGED 3D PRINTER FEATURES
Markforged 3D printers can print a wide range of material that includes carbon fiber for printing powerful parts that are as strong and light as aluminum. Markforged also offers a set of metal materials that are designed to help you manufacture high heat tolerance parts. For printing a wider range of 3D parts, print with Titanium, Aluminum, Kevlar, or 11 other materials to fit any functional application.
MARKFORGED 3D PRINTER MATERIALS
From Stainless Steel to Titanium to Carbon Fiber, Markforged offers the widest range of material capabilities. 3D print functional prototypes, lightweight tooling, or fully working replacement parts.
Stainless steel combines high strength, corrosion resistance, and hardness, making it widely used in aerospace, medical and petroleum industries. We use it for assembly fixtures and tooling on the Mark X.
Carbon Fiber has the highest strength to weight ratio. 6 times stronger and 18 times stiffer than Onyx, Carbon Fiber reinforcement is commonly used for parts that replace machined aluminum.
Onyx yields stiff, strong & accurate parts. 1.4 times stronger and stiffer than ABS, Onyx can be reinforced with any continuous fiber. Onyx sets the bar for surface finish, chemical resistivity, & heat tolerance.
Fiberglass is our entry level continuous fiber, providing high strength at an accessible price. 2.5 times stronger and eight times stiffer than Onyx, Fiberglass reinforcement results in strong, robust tools.