Discover Markforged 3D Printers and Solutions
Markforged products transcend the realm of 3D printing prototypes and trinkets. Using unique technology to print amazing carbon fiber parts that can be reinforced for metal-strength, we break down the barriers between idea and reality for every designer, engineer and manufacturer. See Markforged's Top Five Applications of Metal 3D Printing white paper to learn about the advantages that metal 3D printing possesses over conventional fabrication methods.
Metal X 3D Printer
Metal 3D printing made easy and affordable
The Metal X greatly accelerates innovation, delivering metal parts overnight using a new technology at a fraction of the cost. Leave 20th century manufacturing in the dust and create anything from industrial replacement parts to injection molds to working prototypes.
Metal X Features
Discover the capabilities of the most advanced metal 3D printing system
Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing (ADAM)
A fantastic feature that involves using a bound metal powder rod embedded inside a plastic filament for an innovative production process.
Eiger is the world’s most advanced cloud-based, 3D printing software that allows for real-time fleet management.
Automatic material usage tracking and out-of-material detection make the Metal X system the simplest way to reduce waste.
Metal X Post-processing Equipment
SINTER - 1
A high performing, high value, medium-sized furnace, the Markforged Sinter-1 effortlessly converts brown (washed) parts into their near fully dense final metallic form. At 4,760 cubic cm of working volume, the Sinter-1 is ideal for small batch production.
SINTER - 2
A large furnace with a huge active hot-zone (19,644 cubic cm, 1,199 cubic in), the Markforged Sinter-2 is ideal for significant parts or batch production. Sinter a full range of commercial-grade metals from their washed state into dense metal parts.
WASH - 1
This washing station immerses the green part in a specialized fluid which removes the primary binding material, leaving the part semi-porous so the remaining binder can easily burn off during sintering. This debinding step purifies the final metal part and helps keep your sintering furnace clean.
Industrial Series 3D Printers
The strength you need for tooling and functional parts
Designed for accuracy and built to survive the production floor environment, the Markforged industrial series save you time and money. From chopped carbon to continuous fiberglass and ultimately all continuous fiber printing, these printers give you the flexibility to print up to 50x faster and 20x cheaper than conventional manufacturing methods.
Industrial Series Features
Reliable, robust, and repeatable, the Industrial series enables users to produce products faster and cheaper than traditional machining. Check out some of the amazing features below.
Markforged ensures your prints come out exactly how you want them with a built-in laser micrometer that automatically scans the print bed with 1µm accuracy to generate a contour map of its surface.
Cloud-connected software and a 4.3” touchscreen comes standard with every printer, washer, and furnace
Superior Build Quality
Markforged sets the standard in build quality and industrial design with a 4th generation, all-aluminum unibody, and print system.
3D Printers of the Industrial Series
Produce parts that are 20% stronger and 40% stiffer than ABS with the Markforged X3. This cost-effective 3D printer delivers plastic parts made from chopped carbon filament reinforcement to produce parts that are resilient to impact and a wide variety of manufacturing chemicals.
Made for load-bearing applications that require real strength, the X5 delivers robust parts that make the grade. Print fiberglass parts that are ideal for tooling, fixtures, and functional prototypes faster and cheaper than machining. The X5 can produce parts up to 20 times stronger and 10 times stiffer than ABS all at a low cost.
Create carbon fiber parts that are stronger than 6061 Aluminum and 40% lighter. The Markforged X7 is made to produce incredibly versatile 3D printed parts perfect for manufacturing equipment, jaws, tooling, and end-use parts. Printed with Onyx and reinforced with carbon fiber filament, fiberglass, or Kevlar, these parts are work-capable and ready in hours for a fraction of the cost.
Desktop Series 3D Printers
Combination of industrial quality and affordability that fits on your desktop
Built on the DNA of our Industrial Series and designed from the ground up for quality and reliability, the Mark Two combines Markforged's unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement with workhorse reliability for the strongest, most versatile parts in our portfolio.Onyx printers' base material is a blend of nylon and chopped carbon for stronger and stiffer parts than plastics other printers use—and that stand up to corrosive chemicals common in manufacturing. Get started with the economical Onyx One or step up to the Onyx Pro to boost part strength 10x by embedding continuous fiberglass.
Desktop Series Features
Discover incredible features at your fingertips and streamline your workflow.
Connect to wifi, start prints, and manage your printer with ease via the built-in touchscreen.
Continuous Filament Fabrication
Unique fabrication process enables you to print parts that are an order of magnitude stiffer and stronger than typical 3D printed objects.
Fully enclosed build chamber, ultra-quiet motion system, and humidity controlled material storage.
3D Printers of the Desktop Series
Create stiff and dimensionally stable engineering grade parts with twice the strength of other 3D plastic printers. The economic Onyx One delivers parts with a beautiful surface finish and industrial quality.
Print composite parts that are 10 times the strength of plastic by reinforcing chopped-carbon nylon with continuous strands of fiberglass. The Onyx Pro nails the sweet spot of power and affordability.
Achieve high-performance parts straight off the print bed. The Mark Two combines Markforged's unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement with workhorse reliability for the most durable, versatile parts.
Composites are parts made up of more than one material that, when combined, have synergistic properties different from the original materials. Markforged offers four reinforcement fibers: carbon fiber, fiberglass, HSHT fiberglass, and Kevlar.
Carbon Fiber Filament
The strongest and stiffest fiber with the highest strength-to-weight ratio. Carbon fiber filament can replace aluminum at half the weight. Utilize this material when you want exceptional stiffness and minimal deflection.
Achieves V-0 rating on the UL94 flammability test while possessing similar mechanical properties to Onyx. It’s best for applications in which flame retardancy, lightweight, and strength are required.
HSHT Fiberglass Filament
With the highest impact resistance and a flexural strength only second to carbon fiber, HSHT Fiberglass is ideal for applications requiring high heat resistance such as welding fixtures or thermoset molds.
Best in class for surface finish, chemical resistivity, and heat tolerance. Print Onyx alone or reinforce it with one of our continuous fibers to give strength comparable to aluminum.
Fiberglass is the perfect entry-level fiber for 3D printing. It's low cost and 26x more rigid than nylon. Print parts that are an order of magnitude stiffer than typical 3D printed objects and produce functional prototypes, fixtures, jigs, and much more.
As stiff as fiberglass and much more malleable, Kevlar possesses excellent durability, making it optimal for parts that experience repeated and sudden loading. An excellent option for a wide range of applications such as end effectors, cradles, soft jaws, and end-use parts.
3D print easily and affordably with the superior properties of advanced metals.
17-4 PH Stainless Steel
A high-strength, high-hardness metal with excellent corrosion resistance, this versatile steel excels in manufacturing, aerospace, petroleum, and medical industries. If heat treated, 17-4 PH Stainless Steel has an ultimate tensile strength of 1250 MPa and a Rockwell Hardness of 36 HRC.
H13 Tool Steel
This steel works excellently in high temperature and can withstand extreme cooling. H13 tool steel also offers superior abrasion resistance and machinability that makes it ideal for molds and wear resistant pieces.
A2 Tool Steel
Regarded as a "universal" cold work steel that offers a combination of excellent wear resistance (between O1 and D2) and toughness.
Review Markforged's "Address More Manufacturing Challenges with Composite and Metal 3D Printing" whitepaper to learn more about the valuable fabrication methods of both high-strength composite 3D printing and metal 3D printing.