Markforged Mark Two

Replace machined aluminum tooling – jigs, jaws, and fixtures – with stronger parts for a fraction of the price. The Mark Two combines Markforged’s unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement with workhorse reliability for versatile parts with 23x the strength of ABS, ready same-day for use straight off the printer.

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MARKFORGED MARK TWO

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The Mark Two combines Markforged’s unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement with workhorse reliability for the strongest, most versatile parts. It is the only printer in the industry that enables you to go from CAD to beautiful, end-use strong parts in hours.

MARK TWO

Technical Specifications

Build Volume

  • 12.6 in x 5.2 in x 6 in

Weight

  • 16 kg (35 lbs)

Ultimate Tensil Strength

  • 700 MPa (22.6x ABS, 19.4x Onyx)

Layer Height

  • 100 μm default, 200 μm maximum

infill

  • Closed Cell Infill: Multiple geometries available

Markforged Mark Two

Materials

ONYX

Nylon mixed with chopped carbon fiber offers a high-strength thermoplastic

Designed to combine the toughness and durability of Nylon with the dimensional stability and strength of composites, Onyx is the world’s most capable 3D printing plastic.

NYLON WHITE

It’s now possible to print in Nylon and Onyx on the same printhead

Nylon White is an engineering thermoplastic that is non abrasive and can be stiffened with any of our continuous fiber options. It’s a versatile material both with and without reinforcing fibers.

FIBERGLASS

Inexpensive and 11 times stiffer than ABS

Fiberglass reinforced Onyx composites are as strong as metal – 20x stiffer and stronger than typical 3D printed parts. Fiberglass is traditionally used in composites for boat, automobile, and aircraft manufacture.

HSHT FIBERGLASS

Delivers the highest impact resistance and heat deflection temperature of Markforged’s continuous fibers

High Strength High Temperature (HSHT) Fiberglass provides 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.

KEVLAR

Tough, lightweight, and can bend further than any other fiber

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.

CARBON FIBER

Markforged’s strongest fiber with the highest strength-to-weight ratio

Stronger than 6061 Aluminum and 40% lighter — Continuous Carbon Fiber parts stand up to the toughest applications. Because of its very high stiffness and strength it is widely used in the aerospace and automotive industries.

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