The X7 3D prints Continuous Carbon Fiber reinforced parts in hours that are as strong as — and capable of replacing — machined aluminum.
Whatever your functional requirements are — flame resistant, chemical resistant, energy absorbent, high resolution, draft parts — the X7 has an industrial material or print mode capable of fabricating a functional part for you.
Only Markforged industrial carbon fiber 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 X7 3D printer offers many features including advance cloud-based print software Eiger – an easy to use software designed to reduce the user’s workload as much as possible. It also provides good connectivity via Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or USB stick which gives the user’s precise control over printing jobs. The X7 has a default Z-layer resolution of 100 microns with the ability to print at 50 microns, producing an excellent print quality. The dual nozzle print system of Markforged X7 provides an option to include fiber in Fiberglass and Kevlar using the Composite Filament Fabrication (CFF) process. This composite 3D printer also has a Turbo Print – a new feature from Markforged that doubles the system’s print speed without jeopardizing surface quality. This feature enables customers to quickly replace parts, increase production volume, and provides a better return on investment.
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.
Carbon Fiber is ultra-high-strength Continuous Fiber - when laid into a Composite Base material, it can yield parts as strong as Aluminum.
Carbon Fiber FR is a flame-retardant variant of Markforged’s unique, ultra-high-strength Continuous Carbon Fiber
Fibreglass is Markforged's entry-level Continuous Fiber material capable of yielding parts 10x stronger than ABS.
Kevlar is known for its energy absorption & extreme toughness. It yields extremely impact-resistant parts that are immune to catastrophic failure.
High Strength High Temperature (HSHT) Fiberglass is thermally resistant Continuous Fiber for strong parts in high-temperature environments.
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.
X7, Mark Two
Zero Tolerance, LLC, a plastic injection mold machine shop, uses their Markforged industrial 3D printer to print end-use parts that make their production operations more efficient, more cost effective, and less risky for employee safety.
“My advice to other machine shops is to try it. You will be amazed how useful additive
manufacturing can be. We’re so happy we did."
– Steve Michon, President and Owner of Zero Tolerance, LLC
Consumer Packaged Goods
Learn how Columbia Elektronik AB, a Swedish electronics manufacturer, uses Onyx ESD to print precise, beautiful testing fixtures for critical electronic components.
“We are seeing an increase in demand for ESD-safe parts, to keep up with the
advancements of the technology in our industry"
– Christer Lang, Designer Engineer at Columbia Elektronik
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