Nylon base with chopped carbon fiber with a flame retardant additive for industrial series printer [...] [...] [more]
With the Desktop series, designers and constructors alike have the ability to print stable components right at their desks. You determine the material and stability, and get a functional component within a few minutes.
Markforged 3D printers set new standards in surface quality and component strength. Thanks to the integrated carbon short fibre, Onyx material already delivers usable equipment such as clamping jaws, brackets, fixtures. All this tool-free and directly from your CAD data, saving you time and costs.
Markforged's Onyx One, Onyx Pro, and Mark Two series of 3D printers use Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF). This refers to manufacturing of objects using fusible plastic, thus the designation Fused Filament Fabrication. The objects are created in the layer construction process (3D printing). The preferred material used by Markforged, in addition to Nylon, is Onyx, a plastic reinforced with carbon short fibres that delivers extremely strong components.
Depending on the requirements, Nylon and Onyx can be continuously fed with another material (glass fibre, carbon, Kevlar, high-temp glass fibre) on the Onyx and Mark Two, which additionally reinforces the component or increases or alters its properties. This is known as Continuous Filament Fabrication (CFF).
Print Stronger with Markforged!
- Suitable for the office
- Low noise level
- Good surface quality
- Mechanical properties
- Prototypes of tools, spare parts, etc.
- Applicable equipment such as clamping jaws, brackets, etc.