Overview

Markforged was founded to change the way products are made. At the intersection of traditional manufacturing and cutting-edge material science, we believe in a future where going from your design to finished parts is easy, simple, safe and affordable. That’s why we’ve created the world’s only ecosystem of plastic, metal and composite 3D printers— so you can focus on building products that change the world. With Markforged 3D printers, you can economically print with advanced materials including nylon, chopped carbon fiber, reinforced continuous fiber, and metal.

Products

Desktop Series

  • Onyx One

    Onyx One

    The Onyx One prints stiff and dimensionally stable engineering grade parts with twice the strength of other 3D printed plastics. Onyx parts have beautiful surface finish and are suitable for industrial applications. Simple, reliable, repeatable and accurate.

  • Onyx Pro

    Onyx Pro

    The Onyx Pro prints composite parts that are 10x the strength of plastic by reinforcing chopped carbon fiber with continuous strands of fiberglass. Replace mission-critical machined metal with fiberglass composite parts at 1/20th the cost. These tough parts nail the sweet spot of strength and affordability.

  • Mark Two

    Mark Two

    The Mark Two combines Markforged's unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement with workhorse reliability for the strongest, most versatile parts in our portfolio. It is the only 3D printer in the industry that enables you to go from CAD to beautiful, strong, end-use parts in hours, making it ideal for manufacturing and industrial applications. With your choice of reinforcement fibers and plastics, the Mark Two 3D printer removes time, hassle, and design iteration constraints, allowing you to put parts to use right off the printer, engineered with the right material for any job.

Industrial Composite Series

  • Markforged X3

    Markforged X3

    The Markforged X3 is a plastic 3D printer that uses chopped carbon fiber filament reinforcement to produce parts that are 20% stronger and 40% stiffer than ABS. Resistant to impact and a wide variety of manufacturing chemicals. These heavy-duty parts stand up to abuse.

  • Markforged X5

    Markforged X5

    Now you can 3D print fiberglass parts faster and cheaper than machining. For load-bearing applications that require real strength, these parts make the grade.

  • Markforged X7

    Markforged X7

    Built from the ground up for reliable performance, the X7 delivers breakthrough quality and precision in 3D printing. The top-of-the-line industrial grade platform features a strengthened dual nozzle print system that supports continuous carbon fiber and Kevlar® reinforcement. Laser inspection scans parts mid-print to ensure dimensional accuracy for the most critical tolerances.

Metal X System

  • Metal X

    Metal X

    Based on our 4th-generation composite 3D printing technology, the Metal X is a brand new kind of metal 3D printer. By printing metal powder bound in a plastic matrix, we've eliminated the safety risks associated with traditional metal 3D printing while enabling new features like closed-cell infill for reduced part weight and cost.

  • Wash-1

    Wash-1

    The Wash-1 immerses the green part in a specialized fluid which removes the primary binding material, leaving the part semi-porous so the remaining binder can easily burn off during sintering. This debinding step purifies the final metal part and helps keep your sintering furnace clean.

  • Sinter-1

    Sinter-1

    The Markforged Sinter-1 is a high-performing, high-value furnace — it’s affordable, sizable, and reliable. Featuring 4,760 cubic cm of working volume, The Sinter-1 effortlessly converts brown (washed) parts into their near fully dense final metallic form. Built on 30 years of Metal Injection Molding (MIM) technology, it is ideal for sintering medium sized parts and small batch production.

  • Sinter-2

    View the Sinter-2 datasheet here.

Materials

Metal

  • A2 Tool Steel

    View the A2 Tool Steel datasheet here.

  • H13 Tool Steel

    View the H13 Tool Steel datasheet here.

  • 17-4 Stainless Steel

    17-4 Stainless Steel datasheet here.

  • D2 Tool Steel

    Coming Soon - An air-hardened tool steel with high carbon and chromium content, D2 trades toughness for great hardness and abrasion resistance. It is often used for cutting tools and dies.

  • Iconel 625

    Coming soon - Inconel’s strength combined with its impressive heat resistance makes it ideal for heat and pressure shielding. This superalloy is used in marine and industrial applications, and is very hard to machine.

  • Titanium Ti-6Al-4V

    Coming soon - Ti-6Al-4V, also known as Grade 5 titanium, is ideal for lightweight applications requiring high tensile strength and corrosion resistance. It is widely used in aerospace applications such as airframe components and jet engines.

  • Copper

    Coming soon - Known for its high thermal and electrical conductivity, ductility, and machinability, copper is widely used in heat exchangers and electrical and construction applications.

Composite

  • Onyx

    Onyx serves as a thermoplastic matrix for Markforged’s composite parts. 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.

    View the composite materials datasheet here.

  • Onyx FR

    Onyx FR achieves V-0 rating on the UL94 flammability test and it’s best for applications in which light weight, high strength, and self-extinguishing properties are desired.

    View the composite materials datasheet here.

  • Carbon Fiber

    Carbon fiber material is strong enough to replace aluminum at half the weight; use it when you want superior stiffness and minimal deflection.

    View the composite materials datasheet here.

  • Kevlar®

    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.

    View the composite materials datasheet here.

  • Fiberglass

    Use fiberglass composite material to print parts that are an order of magnitude stiffer than typical 3D printed objects at the most affordable price.

    View the composite materials datasheet here.

  • HSHT Fiberglass

    With superior heat resistance and a flexural strength that is second only to carbon fiber, HSHT fiberglass is ideal for applications requiring high heat and impact resistance or high elasticity.

    View the composite materials datasheet here.

Eiger Software

  • Eiger Software

    Markforged 3D printing is as much about the software as it is about the unique technology of the printers. Eiger, the Markforged print software, is both powerful and easy to use, importing and slicing your 3D models from your web browser.

Contracts

GSA Schedule Contracts

GSA Schedule 36

GSA Schedule No. 47QSWA18D008F Term: August 22, 2018 - August 21, 2023


SEWP Contracts

SEWP V

Contract Number: Group A Small: NNG15SC03B Group D Other Than Small: NNG15SC27B Term: May 1, 2015 - April 30, 2020


News

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Resources

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Blog

We often write about the different tools, fixtures, and production parts that so many companies around the world use Markforged technology to fabricate. But it’s not just businesses that benefit from additive manufacturing.

With a plethora of companies using additive manufacturing in their production process, we want to identify industries that we believe benefit most from additive manufacturing. By looking at these industries, it’s easy to understand how and why 3D printers are changing manufacturing as a whole.

Everything you wanted to know about metal 3D printing.

Case Study

Stanley Black & Decker chose Markforged's new Metal X additive manufacturing technology to produce reliable, 3D printed parts and slash their capital costs and lead times. Download the report to analyze the part and performance comparison from Stanley Black & Decker's original parts versus the p...

Markforged enabled Dixon Valve to produce new manufacturing tooling solutions faster and cheaper than ever before. System Engineer J.R. Everett describes the Markforged machines as “a critical component in our design process [that’s] really changing the way we work to the point where we are ac...

The designer of this fuel injector utilized the advantages of Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) additive manufacturing to create a light, complex part.

Video

Heard about 3D printing but not sure where to start? In this video, we cover the basics of printing: how it started, where it's at now, and what you can use it for.

Looking to unlock stronger 3D printed parts? In this video, we discuss the two forms of 3D printing composite fibers like carbon fiber, fiberglass, and Kevlar.

Markforged announces a breakthrough technology for manufacturing metal: Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing (ADAM) along with the introduction of the Metal X, the first ADAM #3Dprinter. Extending the success of its revolutionary #carbonfiber printing technology, Markforged now provides even stro...

Webinar

With metal 3D printing gaining rapid momentum as an innovative manufacturing process, it’s important to understand how to identify best fit applications and techniques to produce optimal and repeatable parts. Watch this on-demand webinar with Nick Sondej, as he shares best practices to help you l...