Today, we announced the next generation of our industrial strength 3D printer: the Mark Two. Two years ago we released a revolutionary printer that puts strong parts in the hands of every engineer. Since then, we’ve been listening closely to your feedback and used it to define the Mark Two.
High-strength universal ball joint, with fiber reinforcement small enough to fit into the threads
The three biggest improvements with the new printer are:
- Fiber reinforcement in features that are 15 times smaller than before.
- 40% faster fiber printing process.
- We increased print reliability with additional sensors in the print head.
This all wraps up into a new printer that’s easier to use and prints even stronger parts.
In addition, we are announcing the Enterprise bundle which allows you to print fiber material with a heat deflection temperature of 140°C. This is especially important for those of you in the aerospace and automotive industries.
Mold for mill spec Ethernet connector in an environmental chamber