Markforged Industrial Series
Markforged is the first company to offer 3D printers capable of reinforcing parts with continuous fibers, enabling composite parts robust enough to replace machined metal. Fiber materials, such as fiberglass and carbon, are used to enhance the strength of plastic parts. Fiber reinforced plastics can be as strong as some metals, but they are much lighter.
Strong performing parts right off your machine
Designed for accuracy and built to survive the production floor environment. The industrial printers deliver the strength you need for tooling and functional parts.
Bigger prints, high-quality surface finish
Markforged industrial-grade printers produce high-resolution and precise surface finishes for end-use parts. With a 50-micron resolution layer, your parts will resemble the look and feel of injection molding and come out of the printer ready to use.
Strengthen Your Parts
Continuous fiber fabrication
Dual print heads allow you to strengthen your parts with fiberglass, carbon fiber, Kevlar, or Markforged Onyx material.
Material usage detection
Printer estimates the amount of remaining material and alerts you when it’s low.
Active print calibration
Advanced laser sensor calibration scans the print bed and automatically levels it for more accurate builds.
A properly leveled printer increases part accuracy and repeatability, improves print quality, and yields a high-quality surface finish.
Multiple print modes
Print with a wide range of materials and select from different print modes to achieve your desired surface finish.
Build your parts as large as 13 x 10.6 x 7.9 inches.
What Can I Build On An Industrial Printer?
Build all your jigs, fixtures and tooling in-house with 3D printing. From custom soft jaws for difficult machining operations to alignment jigs for welding, a Markforged 3D printer can improve many of the behind-the-scenes tasks associated with manufacturing and fabrication. Enhance your manufacturing floor with a Markforged printer and experience shorter lead times, increased machine bandwidth, streamlined part production and reduced manufacturing costs.
Johnson Level purchased the Mark Two industrial grade printer and saw ROI within 9 months. New 3D parts make up their production line including an ultrasonic welding fixture, multiple grippers, packaging prototypes and a new assembly machine.
Watch Our 3D Printing Tour
Watch our On-Demand 3D Printing Germantown Technology center tour with a staff guide. These printers include metal, composite, and thermoplastic machines from Markforged 3D Printing
On-Demand Tour Length: 10 Minutes