By reinforcing your parts with composite fibre while 3D printing them, the Mark Two achieves unparalleled strength, stiffness and durability.
In addition to printing Onyx the Mark Two can print in materials such as Carbon Fibre, Fibreglass, HSHT Fibreglass and Kevlar.
3D printing becomes easier with Markforged’s proprietary 3D printing software that comes with the Mark Two. With unique features like over-the-air updates, material usage tracking and out-of-material detection, this software takes 3D printing experience to the next level.
The Markforged Mark Two is professionally-engineered using high-quality components and advanced cloud-based print software Eiger for smooth operations. The Mark Two features two extruders and uses Composite Filament Fabrication (CFF) 3D printing technology. The first printhead is designed to create nylon or onyx parts, and the other one is a revolutionary new composite printhead that continuously adds fiber composite material to reinforce your print. Mark Two allows users to produce parts with greater stiffness and strength up to twice as strong as ABS. The parts printed on this carbon fiber 3D printer can tolerate the heat up to approx 145° C. With Mark Two, you can also print white nylon, a non-abrasive engineering thermoplastic, ideal for non-scratching parts or work holding, and printed parts for repeated handling.
Onyx is a micro carbon fibre-filled nylon that yields accurate, high strength parts with an impeccable surface finish.
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.
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.
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