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Markforged Industrial Printers

The Markforged industrial 3D printers are built tough and deliver industry-leading quality parts at speeds that are impossible with traditional manufacturing methods.
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Industrial-Grade 3D Printers Built for Manufacturing

The Markforged Industrial Series of 3D printers are designed to deliver exceptional accuracy, reliability, and repeatability. These large-format printers are built to last, even on the production floor.

Using professional Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) technology, the Markforged X3 delivers manufacturing-grade parts for end-use applications. For even stronger parts, you can step up to the X5 or X7. These industrial printers are unique in their ability to embed continuous fiber reinforcement into the parts during the printing process to increase strength and stiffness to rival that of metal parts.

Markforged combines robust design, high-precision components, smart technology, and industrial materials to ensure your parts are produced with industry-leading quality at speeds that are impossible with traditional manufacturing methods.

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  • Onyx
    Nylon chopped carbon fiber mixed material that is stronger than standard nylon with a black color and excellent surface finish.
  • Onyx FR
    This flame-retardant version of Onyx is UL94 V-0 rated (self-extinguishing) and great for applications requiring non-flammable parts. Onyx FR is black in color.
  • Onyx ESD
    This electrostatic dissipative material is perfect for protecting electronics. This material is also the strongest plastic that Markforged has to offer. Onyx ESD is black in color.
  • Onyx FR-A
    Onyx FR-A is a material with lot traceability ideal for aerospace, transportation, and automotive industries. The material is qualified under 14 CFR 25.853 and is currently being qualified in the NCAMP process. Onyx FR-A is black in color.
  • Nylon
    Flexible, soft material with a less abrasive finish, ideal for non-marring work holding applications. Material also can be reinforced with fiber for high-strength applications. Nylon is white in color.
  • Fiberglass
    The most affordable fiber that will reinforce your parts and still achieve significant rigidity improvements.
  • HSHT Fiberglass
    A very strong fiber that has the highest heat deflection temperature of any Markforged fiber, HSHT Fiberglass is perfect for high-temperature applications.
  • Carbon Fiber
    Create parts stronger than aluminum utilizing the highest tensile strength fiber that Markforged has to offer.
  • Carbon Fiber FR-A
    Create parts stronger than aluminum utilizing the highest tensile strength fiber that Markforged has to offer.
  • Kevlar
    Impact-resistant fiber with higher elongation to break, perfect for applications with sudden high loads.
  • Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR)
    Create parts with aluminum-like strength by reinforcing plastic parts with continuous fibers.
  • Eiger Software
    Cloud-based slicing software for sending and managing print jobs for all Markforged printing systems. The software is free to use; sign up and try it today!
  • Turbo Print
    Extreme print speed functionality with 250 micron layer heights, ideal for larger geometries.
  • Blacksmith Software
    Blacksmith features in-process laser inspection capabilities, allowing automated scanning of parts as they are being printed using an on-board laser micrometer.
  • Offline Eiger
    This offline, subscription-based version of Eiger software is designed for companies that require higher security measures.
  • Eiger Fleet

    This software is geared toward those with multiple printers or those looking to have more customization with Eiger software. Features include:

    • open APIs for integrating Markforged printers with existing enterprise software solutions such as CRM systems
    • custom analytics
    • tighter control of user groups and teams

Technical Specifications

Features
Markforged X3
Markforged X7
Build volume
13” x 10.63” x 7.87" (X,Y,Z) 330mm x 270mm x 200mm
13” x 10.63” x 7.87" (X,Y,Z) 330mm x 270mm x 200mm
Layer thicknesses
50 micron, 100 micron, 125 micron, 200 micron
50 micron, 100 micron, 125 micron, 200 micron, 250 micron (Turbo Print)
Model base materials available
Onyx, Onyx FR, Onyx FR-A, Onyx ESD
Onyx, Onyx FR, Onyx FR-A, Onyx ESD, Nylon
Reinforcement fiber materials available
None
Fiberglass, HSHT Fiberglass, Carbon Fiber, Carbon Fiber FR-A, Kevlar
Overall size of machine
23” x 19” x 36" (X,Y,Z) 584mm x 483mm x 914mm
23” x 19” x 36" (X,Y,Z) 584mm x 483mm x 914mm
Weight of the machine
106 lbs / 48 kg
106 lbs / 48 kg
Power requirements
100-240VAC, 150W (2A peak)
100-240VAC, 150W (2A peak)
 

Revolutionizing Dragsters With Markforged

In the high-speed, high-stakes world of jet engine drag racing, manufacturing quality parts is a matter of life and death. Just ask Josette Roach, one of only five female jet dragster drivers in the entire world.

Josette Roach and Brian Tocci of Larsen Motorsports saw the need to create a custom steering wheel for Josette’s jet car that would fit her hands exactly. Enter Markforged, and our Simulation software, which allowed the team at Larsen to build this part with top-end accuracy.

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Services & Customer Benefits

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the benefit of using fiber infill?
Fiber infill can help create a stronger and stiffer part while maintaining advantages of additive manufactured parts such as light weight parts.
Do Markforged composite printers require ventilation?
No, there are no special requirements for ventilation of Markforged composite 3D printers.
Is the chamber or bed heated on the Markforged composite printers?
No, there is no need for a heated bed or chamber to build quality parts. The parts are built in a natural room environment within an enclosed frame.
What is the benefit of isotropic fiber placement over concentric fiber placement?
Isotropic fiber will improve the overall stiffness in the XY plane while concentric placement will improve the strength of the walls in the Z Axis.
Are there different infill patterns that can be selected?
Yes, there are three sparse fill patterns including triangular, hexagonal and rectangular, along with solid.
What software do I need to build a part using a Markforged printer?
Markforged printers use a build prep software called Eiger. This software has been developed to offer intuitive operation and customization of different build parameters. Eiger is easy to use for tuning both machine and material parameters to create strong, visually appealing parts, whether they are used for prototyping, fixturing, or end use.
What is the Digital Forge?
The digital forge is an industrial additive manufacturing platform that incorporates precision machines, high performance materials, and enterprise-grade software to create robust, high-quality composite and metal parts on-demand. It is fast, easy to use, and secure, giving you an all-in-one, seamless platform that integrates perfectly into your existing manufacturing environment.
What material is used for support?
The support material is the same material used for the model. It is created automatically by the slicing software and easily removed by hand or with a small needle nose pliers.
What is the dimensional accuracy of the machine?
+/- 250microns x/y ; +/- 1 layer thickness in Z
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