The X3 brings three versatile, advanced, micro carbon fiber filled nylon materials to a precision-built Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) 3D printing platform, delivering functional part after functional part.
Print in a wide variety of print modes all optimized to yield quality parts — including 50 μm resolution, which delivers ultra-high-quality parts without visible layer lines.
Precision-machined hardware, advanced sensors, and unique software drive industry leading accuracy and reliability. Only Markforged industrial FFF 3D printers offer micron-level laser scanning for closed-loop calibration, reliably yielding parts with 50 μm repeatability and industry-leading surface finish.
The Markforged X3 FFF 3D printer combines precision-built hardware, advanced sensors, and best-in-class software to deliver accurate parts repeatably. It features a reinforced, precision-machined gantry and a precision ground print bed that can be removed and replaced with 10um repeatability. Each piece of hardware in the filament extrusion system — from the nozzles to the extruder hobs — is optimized to resist wear from micro carbon fiber filled nylon filaments and maintain print quality over thousands of hours. Out of material sensors ensure that you’re always printing while a scanning laser on the printhead enables the printer to dynamically adjust the first layers of a print to achieve perfect bed adhesion.
Onyx is a micro carbon fibre-filled nylon that yields accurate, high strength parts with an impeccable surface finish.
Onyx ESD is the most advanced polymer precision-engineered to possess an extremely tight range of surface resistance.
Onyx FR is a certified UL 94 V-0 rated flame-resistant filament designed for use in applications where parts must be non-flammable.
Nylon is an unfilled non-abrasive thermoplastic that is great for ergonomic surfaces and workholding for pieces that are easily marred.
Smooth TPU 95A is a rubber-like material that when used with Markforged composite printers offers product developers and manufacturers the ability to create flexible, impact-absorbent parts on demand.
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Exploration of the shape, size, and appearance of a product is key to the design workflow. Previously, initial prototyping stages were constrained to drawings and hand-assembled physical models, both of which are time-consuming, lo-fidelity methods of communicating ideas. With the barrier to obtaining prototypes lowered significantly by industrial 3D printing, creators can flesh out ideas in CAD from the beginning of ideation, accelerating the design process from the get-go.
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