We make 3D printers for your factory floor

Desktop series 3D printer
Desktop Series
Industrial series 3D printer
Industrial Series
Metal X 3D printer
Metal X
Metal sprocket
Eiger software

3D print the parts you
currently machine

With Markforged 3D printers you can economically print with advanced materials including nylon, chopped carbon fiber, reinforced continuous fiber, and metal.
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Applications throughout the product development cycle

Integrate Markforged 3D printers at all stages of the manufacturing process, from early prototypes to manufacturing tools to end-use parts.

Fresh off the print bed

Markforged Recognized by Deloitte and Forbes

Markforged ranked #10 on Deloitte’s “2018 North America Technology Fast 500” list, with a three-year growth rate of 12,687%. We were also named one of Forbes’ next billion-dollar startups.

AM Friday Episode 8

Interested in our industrial grade 3D printers? In this episode of AM Friday, we will be taking you on a detailed tour through the X7, talking about its features, strengths, and constraints.

Customer Story: Christian Bagg on PBS

Christian Bagg was paralyzed from the waist down due to an accident. With the help of a Mark Two and his experience as a mechanical designer, he developed a wheelchair that would allow him to hike the mountains again.
Speed up time
to market
Markforged parts print up to 50x faster than traditional manufacturing methods.
Improve supply
chain efficiency
Reduce your manufacturing downtime with on-demand production.
Cut manufacturing costs
Markforged parts are up to 20x lower cost compared to traditional manufacturing.

Markforged 3D printers help drive your competitive advantage

Make your products faster, cheaper, and more efficiently by integrating 3D printing into your manufacturing workflow.

3D Printing Metals

From stainless steel to superalloys, Markforged offers a full suite of metal materials designed to help you manufacture complex parts affordably.
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