Why you'll love this machine
The Mark Two 3D printer was developed to overcome the strength limitations inherent in many 3D printing materials. It's the world’s first 3D printer to print composites, allowing you to create functional parts, tools and prototypes with a better strength-to-weight ratio than ever before - all in the shortest possible time.
How it works
The Mark Two uses FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) which combines an outer layer of nylon base material Onyx fortified with high-strength continuous carbon fibre, Kevlar® or fibreglass. The machine alternates between two nozzles during the printing process, producing incredibly robust fibre-reinforced plastic parts in a single construction process. This continuous fibre printing technology is called Continuous Filament Fabrication (CFF).
How to book the Markforged Mark Two
It's easy as 1-2-3 to get working on the Mark Two, which includes machine-specific training, file preparation on the proprietary EIGER software and finally, printing and finishing time.
|ONXY PER HOUR||£6|
|ONXY + CARBON PER HOUR||£8|
|ONXY + OTHER FIBRES||£7|
|Weight - 28kg|
|Dimensions - 57.5 x 32.2 x 36.6 cm|
|Materials - Onyx, Fibreglass, Carbonfibre, Kevlar|
|Layer Thickness - 0,1 mm bis 0,2 mm|
|Nozzle Diameter - FFF-Nozzle 0,4 mm; CFF-Nozzle 0,9 mm|
|Extruder Units - Double-quick-extruder|
|Print Pause Restart - Yes|