Industrial grade large-format printers deliver exceptional accuracy, reliability and repeatability. Markforged industrial 3D printers are the go-to solution for manufacturing tooling. Save time and money printing tools previously machined out of aluminum.
The X7 prints industrial-grade manufacturing jigs, jaws, tools, fixtures, and end-use parts. Designed from the ground up to survive the production floor environment and capable of printing parts stronger than machined aluminum for a fraction of the cost, the X7 delivers unparalleled surface finish, build size, and reliability. Accelerate part production with Turbo Print, our fastest print mode — only available on the X7.Download Data Sheet
The X5 utilizes fiberglass-reinforced thermoplastic to create parts 10x as strong as standard printing plastics. Our laser-assisted, durably built large format machine reliably produces high-strength parts at an affordable price point in any environment.Download Data Sheet
The X3 prints strictly engineering-grade plastic parts. It leverages the incredible material qualities of Onyx—twice the strength and stiffness of standard printing plastics—with an advanced sensor suite to deliver unparalleled reliability. Parts meet tight tolerances with beautiful surface finish and are perfect for production line equipment.Download Data Sheet
Rent the Sky Films prints custom cable adapters for a 15 lb, handheld 3D camera that replaces conventional 100 lb rigs. These adapters consolidate cabling to a single interface point, making the camera simpler and easier to operate. Rent the Sky Films founder Scott Ferril describes this part as “the difference between getting the shots you want vs. the shots you have time for.”
Centerline Engineered Solutions fabricates formed steel parts with an industrial press brake. In order to fabricate each part, Centerline has to make a unique punch and die. For many applications, the cost of this specialized tooling does not justify the expense of the part. By printing the tooling out of Onyx and reinforcing critical points with steel inserts, Centerline creates forming tooling at a vastly lower cost.
Nylon mixed with chopped carbon fiber offers a high-strength thermoplastic with excellent heat resistance, surface finish, and chemical resistance. Onyx has an HDT of 145° C (293° F).
Applications: Tooling, Fixtures, End Use Parts
Onyx FR should be used to print parts that need high-strength, low-weight, and flame-retardant properties. Reinforce Onyx FR with continuous carbon fiber to be as strong as 6061 aluminum at half the weight.
Applications: Aerospace Parts, Automotive Parts, Electrical Housings
Nylon White parts are smooth, non-abrasive, and easily painted. They canbe reinforced with any continuous fiber and work best for non-marring workholding, repeated handling, and cosmetic parts.
Applications: Cosmetic Parts
Use fiberglass composite material to print parts that are an order of magnitude stiffer than typical 3D printed objects at the most affordable price.
Applications: Functional Prototypes, Jigs, Fixtures, End Use Parts
Carbon fiber material is strong enough to replace aluminum at half the weight; use it when you want superior stiffness and minimal deflection.
Applications: Robotic Arms, Forming Tools, Inpsection Fixtures, End Use Parts
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.
Applications: End Effectors, Soft Jaws, Cradles, End Use Parts
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.
Applications: Welding Fixtures, Thermoforms, Thermoset Molds, Mold Inserts