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Markforged Industrial 3D Printers. Strong Parts. Right Now.

Markforged Industrial 3D Printers. Strong Parts. Right Now.

A complete line of machines made to create functional parts.
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Metal X System
Flagship Metal 3D Printer

Metal X System

The most accessible way to go from design to metal part — the Metal X System is the leading end-to-end additive manufacturing solution.

X7
Flagship Industrial Composite 3D Printer

X7

The turnkey industrial 3D printer for every type of functional part.

Flagship Industrial Composite 3D Printer

X7

X7

The turnkey industrial 3D printer for every type of functional part.

Industrial Composite 3D Printer

X5

X5

The industrial 3D printer for Continuous Fiberglass reinforced parts.

Industrial Composite 3D Printer

X3

X3

The refined Industrial FFF 3D printer for micro carbon fiber filled nylon parts.

Mark Two
Flagship Desktop Composite 3D Printer

Mark Two

The powerful professional Carbon Fiber 3D printer for aluminum-strength parts.

Flagship Desktop Composite 3D Printer

Mark Two

Mark Two

The powerful professional Carbon Fiber 3D printer for aluminum-strength parts.

Desktop Composite 3D Printer

Onyx Pro

Onyx Pro

The workhorse professional 3D printer for Continuous Fiberglass-reinforced parts.

Desktop Composite 3D Printer

Onyx One

Onyx One

The professional FFF 3D printer for micro carbon fiber filled nylon parts.

Strong Parts

Every Markforged 3D printer is built to create strong parts. Period.

Designed for Reliability

Precision design and construction yields predictable, repeatable results.

Platform Connected

Monitored and controlled by a central platform — printing a part is as easy as sending an email.

1. Design & Slice

1. Design & Slice

Design a part in your chosen CAD platform and export it as an STL. Upload the STL to Eiger and select your material and orientation. The software slices your part, automatically generating a raft, supports where necessary, and a layer of release material between the raft/supports and the part itself.

2. Print

2. Print

Metal powder bound in plastic is printed a layer at a time into the shape of your part. Parts are scaled up to compensate for shrinkage during the sintering process.

3. Wash

3. Wash

After printing, “green” parts are placed into the Wash-1, which uses a debinding fluid to dissolve most of the plastic binding material.

4. Sinter

4. Sinter

Washed “brown” parts are placed in a Markforged furnace, where they are heated with a material-specific profile to remove the remaining binder and solidify metal powder.

5. Use

5. Use

Parts come out of the sintering furnace as fully metallic objects and can be used in manufacturing, tooling, and prototyping operations.

1. Design & Slice

1. Design & Slice

Using the CAD platform of your choice, design a part. Almost any part can be printed, but following Design for Additive Manufacturing (DFAM) guidelines enables you to fully leverage the unique strength and flexibility of Markforged composite printers. Upload the STL to Eiger and select your base materials and part orientation.

2. Reinforce

2. Reinforce

Unique to Markforged composite printers with Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR), Eiger enables you to print with two types of printing media: a Composite Base filament and a Continuous Fiber. Configure the reinforcement to your application, choosing a Continuous Fiber and layers to reinforce.

3. Print

3. Print

A Markforged composite printer automatically prints your part layer by layer. Composite Base material is printed through one nozzle, and Continuous Fiber is laid in-layer by a second nozzle and extrusion system.

4. Use

4. Use

The resulting composite part consists of a Composite Base and a Continuous Fiber, and can be used in a wide variety of industrial applications.

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