Nylon base with chopped carbon fiber with a flame retardant additive for industrial series printer [...] [...] [more]
Produce stable and industrialized parts using the X-Series 3D Printers. This technology offers unprecedented opportunities for robotics, prototypes, functional parts and spare parts with a surface which, thanks to the layer thickness of 0.05 mm, makes one think of injection moulded parts rather than 3D printing.
Markforged's X Series X3, X5 and X7 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, called Onyx, is a plastic reinforced with carbon short fibres and delivers extremely solid components. An alternative to Onyx is Nylon, which delivers flexible parts in its purest form.
Depending on the requirements, Nylon and Onyx can be continuously fed with another material (glass fibre, carbon, Kevlar, high-temp glass fibre) on the X5 and X7 systems, 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.