Markforged Mark Two

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Fiber Reinforced.  Strong, Light-Weight Parts.

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Now you can have the dependability of CNC parts with the flexibility of 3D printing.  By reinforcing your parts with composite fiber while 3D printing them, The Mark Two achieves unparalleled strength, stiffness and durability in its printed parts (i.e. a higher strength to weight ratio than 6061 Aluminum).  The Mark Two has two print heads. One builds Nylon parts. The other is a revolutionary, new composite print head to reinforce those parts with continuous fiber.  The Mark Two provides two material choices (Nylon and Onyx) and four fiber choices (carbon fiber; Kevlar; fiberglass; and high strength, high temperature fiberglass).  Every Mark Two comes with Eiger, a browser-based 3D printing software. Eiger runs on any computer, is simple to use, and gives you exceptional and easy control of fiber selection and placement within your part.

Description

FeatureBenefit
Dual Extrusion Heads (1 for Material;1 for Fiber)High strength, light-weight parts; Strength to Weight ratio exceeds 6061 Aluminum
Nylon MaterialStrong, durable parts
Onyx MaterialEven stronger parts
4 Fiber ChoicesEnables a broad range of applications
Large Build VolumeAccelerates Rapid Prototyping and Model Making
100 Micron Layer ResolutionCreates realistic prototypes and models; provides smooth-to-the-touch surfaces
Pause/Resume FeatureEnables embedding of objects inside part
Intuitive Eiger SoftwareSimple, quick, and easy control of fiber selection and placement
User Adjustable SettingsEnables fast printing for preliminary parts to finer resolution for final parts
Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and USB ConnectivityRemote control & access for monitoring

Download Brochure   Mechanical Properties Brochure

 ParameterMarkforged Mark Two
Printing
Printing TechnologyFused Filament Fabrication(FFF); Continuous Filament Fabrication (CFF)
Build Size (X, Y, Z)320 x 132 x 154 mm (12.6 x 5.2 x 6.1 in.)
Material ChoicesNylon; Onyx (nylon infused with chopped carbon fiber)
Fiber ChoicesCarbon fiber, Kevlar, fiberglass, and high strength, high temperature fiberglass (Enterprise Model only)
Highest Layer Resolution100 microns; 125 microns if carbon fiber is embedded
Extruders / NozzlesDual / Quick Change
Pause / Resume PrintsYes
Mechanical
ChassisAnodized Aluminum Unibody
Build PlatformKinematically Coupled
Draft Blocking EnclosureYes
Interface4" Touchscreen
Software
Cloud-basedYes
Supported OSMac OS 10.7 Lion +, Win 7+, Linux*
Supported BrowserChrome 30+
Supported Files.STL
ConnectivityWiFi, Ethernet, USB Flash Drive
* limited support

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Download 3D Printer Comparison

  Onyx OneOnyx ProMark TwoMark XMetal X
PriceUS $$3,500$7,000$13,499$69,000$99,500
Build Sizemm320 x 132 x 154320 x 132 x 154320 x 132 x 154330 X 250 X 200
250 x 220 x 200
in12.6 x 5.2 x 6.112.6 x 5.2 x 6.112.6 x 5.2 x 6.113.0 x 9.8 x 7.99.8 x 8.7 x 7.9
Layer Thicknessmicrons100 to 200
100 to 200
100 to 200
50 to 20050
Materials Available
OnyxYesYesYesYes
NylonYesYes
303 Stainless SteelYes
17-4 Stainless SteelYes
Fiber Capabilities
FiberglassYesYesYes
Carbon FiberYesYes
KevlarYesYes
HSHT FiberglassYesYes
Items Included
Onyx (cubic cm)800800800800
Nylon (cubic cm)800800
Fiberglass (cubic cm)50100150
Carbon Fiber (cubic cm)100150
Kevlar (cubic cm)100150
HSHT Fiberglass (cubic cm)100150
303 Stainless SteelTBD
17-4 Stainless SteelTBD
Extra Print BedYesYesYes
TBD
Extra Nozzles33 sets3 sets3 setsTBD
Software Storage
CloudYesYesYesYesYes
LocalYesYesYesYes
Software Features
Single Sign-OnYesYesYesYesYes
Two-Factor AuthenticationYesYesYesYesYes
Organization Admin PortalYesYesYesYesYes

Specifications subject to change without notice.

Higher strength-to-weight than 6061 Aluminum

The Mark Two prints outer contours and curves in engineering nylon and fills each part with close-packed reinforcement in continuous carbon fiber; Kevlar; fiberglass; or high strength, high temperature fiberglass.

The printer actively switches between two nozzles during a print, creating fiber-reinforced plastic parts with a strength-to-weight ratio better than aluminum.

Stress-Strain CurvesClick Image to Enlarge