Markforged Engineering Series 3D Printers
Built on the DNA of the Industrial Series Printer in a package that fits on your desk. The Engineering series combines industrial quality and affordability in an all aluminum frame to uniquely create stiff chopped carbon fiber parts with a beautiful surface finish and high chemical resistivity. Onyx material is the core material for all Markforged composite printers, Onyx is a proprietary material from Markforged that combines nylon with chopped carbon fiber and is twice the strength of other 3D printed plastics. Great for industrial applications like functional prototyping and end use parts. This series printer won enterprise printer of the year in 2017.
Markforged Industrial Series 3D Printers
The Markforged Industrial series printers provide unparallel accuracy, repeatability and reliability. With the ability to print exceptionally strong parts, the Markforged Industrial series printer is a perfect fit for every manufacturer. These printers provide a low cost and lights-out solution for applications like fixtures, jigs, tooling, functional prototyping, and end use parts. With the ability to print at 50 micron resolution, your parts will come out with an incredible surface finish with the look and feel of injection moulding.
Laser Precision - With a built-in laser micrometer, the X7 automatically scans the print bed with 1µm accuracy to generate a contour map of its surface. By calibrating its measurements with extrusion readings to perfectly set nozzle height and active topography adjustment, the X7 ensures your prints come out exactly how you want them.
Markforged Metal X 3D Printer
The Metal X 3D printer is a end to end manufacturing solution for metal parts. The Metal X is up to 10 times less expensive than alternative additive manufacturing solutions and up to 100 times less expensive than traditional fabrication technologies like machining or casting. The Metal X is a brand new kind of metal 3D printer. By printing metal powder bound in a plastic matrix, we've eliminated the safety risks associated with traditional metal 3D printing while enabling new features like closed-cell infill for reduced part weight and cost.