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Markforged 3D Printer เครื่องพิมพ์ 3 มิติสำหรับการใช้งานจริงในอุตสาหกรรม ขับเคลื่อนด้วยแพลทฟอร์ม Digital Forge พิมพ์ชิ้นงาน Composite แข็งแกร่งกว่าอลูมิเนียม ช่วยลดต้นทุนและเวลาในการผลิตกว่า 50% โดดเด่นด้วยเทคโนโลยี Composite Fiber Reinforcement (CFR) ให้ชิ้นงานที่แข็งแกร่งเหนือ 3D Printer ทั่วไปกว่า 20 เท่า พร้อมเครื่องพิมพ์โลหะ (Metal 3D Printer) ที่เข้าถึงได้ง่ายและรองรับวัสดุโลหะมากที่สุด

Industrial 3D Printers for Manufacturing

A complete line of machines made to create functional parts. Industrial 3D printers that consistently improve with a connected platform and precision construction.

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พิมพ์ชิ้นงาน 3D ที่แข็งแกร่งกว่าโลหะ ผลิตชิ้นงานที่ซับซ้อนได้อย่างรวดเร็ว โดยไม่ต้องผ่านกระบวนการผลิตแบบดั้งเดิม ตอบโจทย์ทุกการผลิตตั้งแต่ชิ้นงานต้นแบบ (Functional Prototype) ชิ้นส่วน Jig, Fixture, Tooling และชิ้นส่วนสำหรับใช้งานจริง (End-Use Part)

Desktop Series

The Desktop Series combines industrial quality and affordability in a compact form factor, allowing you to print continuous carbon fiber parts on your desktop.

Industrial Series

Industrial grade large-format printers deliver exceptional accuracy, reliability and repeatability. These printers are the go-to solution for manufacturing tooling.

Production Series

The new Markforged FX20 is an ULTEM™ Filament capable production platform for big, strong, high temp parts — usable from factory floor to flight.

Metal X

Everything you need to go from design to fully functional metal parts — the Metal X 3D printing system is an end-to-end manufacturing solution.

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Feel the strength of Markforged Carbon Fiber in your hand.

Markforged 3D printers help drive competitive advantage

Print Stronger
25X Stronger than traditional 3D-printed plastics

Speed up time to market
50X Faster than traditional manufacturing methods

Cut manufacturing costs
20X Lower cost compared to machining or casting


Case Studies & Resources

Download our 2020 Guide to Metal 3D Printers and learn the technologies, benefits, materials, applications and ROI of metal 3D printers.

Engineers at Siemens Gas & Power in Finspång, Sweden 3D printed a custom composite fixture to conformally hold a uniquely shaped fuel nozzle for post- machining.

Engineers at Stanley Infrastructure Innovation utilized their Metal X system to replace a four-part housing assembly with a single 17-4 PH Stainless Steel printed part.



Jigs, Fixtures & Tooling

From custom soft jaws for work-holding to alignment jigs for welding, the applications for Markforged 3D Printers are endless. With this in mind you can significantly improve many of the behind-the-scenes tasks associated with manufacturing and fabrication. Furthermore you will experience shorter lead times, increased machine bandwidth and substantially reduce your manufacturing costs. Complementing your manufacturing facility with a Markforged printer is comparatively easy and very cost-effective.

End Use Parts

With Markforged’s printing platform, you can print parts that both look and work well enough to sell. Printing with chopped carbon fiber reinforced nylon (Onyx) yields parts without defects or layer lines, and continuous fiber reinforcement gives parts the strength and durability to work in application. The variety of end-use parts you can create depends only on the size of the build volume: whether it’s custom formed intakes, drone parts, camera mounts, or bracketry, you’ll be able to affordably produce parts at a small scale. As an added benefit, you can use the same platform to prototype and produce your part, reducing the barrier between R&D and production.

Functional Prototypes

Utilizing a 3D printer gives the you the ability to quickly iterate, print, test, and modify within a matter of days — replacing a process that typically requires weeks to months for every iteration. Functional prototypes come out of Markforged printers ready to work, and are strong and resistant to corrosive environments. Continuous fiber reinforcement gives these printed parts near aluminum strength—as a result, they can effectively mimic parts that will eventually be made out of both plastic and metal. Printing prototypes keeps costs down and reduces design cycle time so much that you can iterate more while still taking your products to market faster.