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MARKFORGED DESKTOP 3D PRINTERS

The Desktop Series combines Markforged's unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement with workhorse reliability for the strongest, most versatile parts in our portfolio. It is the only printer in the industry that enables you to go from CAD to beautiful, end-use strong parts in hours.

High-Strength Printing

By reinforcing your parts with composite fiber while 3D printing them, The Mark Two achieves unparalleled strength, stiffness and durability in its printed parts.

Range of Materials

In addition to printing Onyx, the Mark Two prints materials that no other 3D printer can, like Carbon Fiber, Fiberglass and Kevlar.

Easy-To-Use

We built our own 3D printing software that comes with The Mark Two. Printing a part to be flexible or strong is easy and intuitive.

MARKFORGED APPLICATIONS

  • End Effectors
  • Soft Jaws
  • Welding Fixture
  • CMM Fixture
  • Assembly Jig

END EFFECTORS

Keep your production line running at full speed. Reduce lead time and cost on end effectors by printing on-site same day tooling. Print new tools and functional replacements for old parts. Save time and money with carbon fiber 3D printing.

Typical Machined Cost: $ 285.61
Markforged 3D Printed Cost: $ 9.45
Savings: 97%

SOFT JAWS

Use your CNC resources for only the most critical machining operations. Increase machining bandwidth by 3D printing composite-reinforced soft jaws and custom work-holding tools with the strength necessary for heavy duty machining operations.

Typical Machined Cost: $ 721.70
Markforged 3D Printed Cost: $ 116.04
Savings: 84%

WELDING FIXTURE

Print better locating fixtures for complex welding operations. Reinforcing fibers distribute clamping forces evenly across custom geometries, making these fixtures more effective than general use solutions and more affordable than custom machined setups.

Typical Machined Cost: $ 1050.82
Markforged 3D Printed Cost: $ 85.92
Savings: 91%

CMM FIXTURE

3D print custom fixturing for your QA rooms. Print standalone workholding to eliminate the need for complicated setups. Certify more parts in less time with cost effective, minimal effort fixtures.

Typical Machined Cost: $ 662.10
Markforged 3D Printed Cost: $ 36.03
Savings: 95%

ASSEMBLY JIG

Simplify critical assembly with printed jigs to speed up workflows. The chemically resistant, non-marring properties of Onyx make it perfect for manufacturing environments, ensuring long lasting tools that streamline production.

Typical Machined Cost: $ 436.50
Markforged 3D Printed Cost: $ 8.22
Savings: 98%

ONYX ONE

The professional FFF 3D printer for micro carbon fiber filled nylon parts.
 

ONYX PRO

The workhorse professional 3D printer for Continuous Fiberglass-reinforced parts.

MARK TWO

The powerful professional Carbon Fiber 3D printer for aluminum-strength parts.

Composite Base Materials

Composite Base filaments are engineering-grade materials that print using a conventional FFF (FDM-style) process.
Print with them alone or with Continuous Fibers to yield strong parts.

Onyx

Micro carbon fiber filled nylon that forms the foundation of Markforged composite parts

Onyx — our flagship Composite Base material — is a micro carbon fiber filled nylon that yields accurate parts with impeccable surface finish. Few materials have the versatility of Onyx; it offers high strength, toughness, and chemical resistance when printed alone, and can be reinforced with Continuous Fibers to yield aluminum-strength parts. Today, there are more than a million Onyx parts in the field transforming manufacturing.

Nylon

Smooth engineering thermoplastic that can be easily painted or dyed

Nylon is an unfilled thermoplastic. It’s a non-abrasive material that is great for ergonomic surfaces and workholding for pieces that are easily marred. It can be painted or dyed.

Continuous Fiber Materials

Continuous Fibers enable Markforged composite printers to print metal-strength parts. They cannot be used alone —
however, when printed with a Composite Base, they form the backbone of a strong printed part.

Carbon Fiber

The backbone of aluminum-strength composite parts

Carbon Fiber is Markforged’s unique, ultra-high-strength Continuous Fiber — when laid into a Composite Base material like Onyx, it can yield parts as strong as 6061-T6 Aluminum. It’s extremely stiff and strong, and can be automatically laid down in a wide variety of geometries by Markforged 3D printers.

Fiberglass

Entry-level Continuous Fiber for industrial applications

Fiberglass is Markforged’s entry-level Continuous Fiber —a material capable of yielding parts 10x stronger than ABS when laid into a Composite Base material like Onyx. Fiberglass is the flagship material of the Onyx Pro and X5 and printable on the Mark Two and X7, providing a more affordable alternative to Carbon Fiber.

Kevlar

Tough, highly compliant Continuous Fiber for high-impact applications

Kevlar is a specialized Continuous Fiber known for its energy absorption and extreme toughness. When laid into Onyx or another Composite Base material, it yields extremely impact-resistant parts that are nearly immune to catastrophic failure (fracture). It’s perfect for use in parts that are in demanding environments or are subject to repetitive loading.

HSHT Fiberglass

Thermally resistant Continuous Fiber for strong parts in high-temperature environments

High Strength High Temperature (HSHT) Fiberglass is defined by two characteristics: high strength (nearly equal to 6061-T6 Aluminum) and strength in high temperatures. Though not as stiff as Continuous Carbon Fiber, Onyx parts reinforced with HSHT are strong at both low and high temperatures. As a result, HSHT reinforcement is best used for parts in high-temperature environments like molds, autoclaves, and others.

HARDWARE USABILITY

Cloud-connected software and a 4.3” touchscreen comes standard with every printer, washer and furnace. Regular over-the-air updates mean that your Markforged products keep getting better. Material usage tracking and out-of-material detection help monitor your printers and reduce waste. Just a few of the ways we’re working to reduce the distance from design to part.

EIGER 3D PRINTING SOFTWARE

With automatic version control, real-time fleet management and cloud-based collaboration, Eiger is the world’s most advanced 3D printing software. Designed from the ground up to make manufacturing simpler, Eiger enables you to print plastic, metal and composite parts straight from your browser.