Composite 3D Printer
The strength you need for tooling and functional parts. Designed for accuracy and built to survive the production floor environment, our composite 3D printers power the next 10x in design and manufacturing.
Industrial grade large-format printers deliver exceptional accuracy, reliability and repeatability. These printers are the go-to solution for manufacturing tooling. Save time and money printing tools previously machined out of aluminum.
The desktop series combines industrial quality and affordability in an all-aluminum form factor that fits on your desktop.
MARKFORGED COMPOSITE 3D PRINTER MATERIALS
From Onyx to Continuous Fiber, Markforged offers the widest range of material capabilities. 3D print functional prototypes, lightweight tooling, or fully working replacement parts with affordable price.
Nylon mixed with chopped carbon fiber offers a high-strength thermoplastic with excellent heat resistance, surface finish, and chemical resistance. It can be printed alone or reinforced with one of our continuous fibers to give strength comparable to aluminum. Use Onyx filament for anything from tooling and fixtures to end-use parts.
Kevlar® is tough, lightweight material, and can bend further than any other fiber. Kevlar is best utilized in parts that will take a beating. Its low density and high durability make it a great option for applications involving a lot of motion or interfacing with production parts such as tires, sails, rope, and protective equipments.
LEARN WHY TURRET LATHE SPECIALISTS
Turret Lathe Specialists accelerated their lead time for large volume productions without reducing their ability to help customers with rapid prototyping or short volume runs. After discovering Markforged, they realized how a desktop 3D printer capable of printing metal-strength parts could cut down on time and costs while simplifying production runs.
Using the Markforged 3D Printer to make prototypes and templates just as strong as their metal counterparts, they were able to cut the manufacturing price of an engine manifold from $2,000 down to $117.
SEE HOW DIXON VALVE & COUPLING
USES MARKFORGED 3D PRINTERS
See how Dixon Valve & Coupling used Markforged to 3D print custom jaws for industrial robotic arms on their factory floor.
The Markforged 3D printer eliminated weeks of manufacturing lead time by producing a set of robust grippers in under 24 hours, allowing Dixon Valve to easily develop new production solutions. Prior to using 3D printed jaws in the cell, we were machining each tool individually, and it would take weeks.