Markforged Mark Two
- Strength: Make strong industrial prints with continuous fibre reinforcement in Carbon Fibre, Kevlar or fibreglass as well as high-temp fibreglass
- Value: Includes loads of kit to get you started;
- Volume: The Mark Two has a generous build volume of 320 x 132 x 154 mm;
- Application: Perfect for engineers, manufacturers and educators.
- Filament run out detection sensor.
Markforged Desktop Series mean reliable and repeatable printed components in every office.
2022 Update -
All Gen 2 Markforged Mark Two printers are now able to print in Markforged Precise PLA (PPLA)
The Markforged desktop series is designed to give any designer and engineer access to stable onyx parts. Every component – whether hardware, software or the material - offers a unique 3D printing experience. Let yourself be inspired by the desktop series.
Introducing The Mark Two.
The Mark Two is a 3D printer for serious engineering and manufacturing applications. This is the first 3D printer in the world capable of printing composite materials with a heat deflection temperature of 140°C. So in addition to being able to reinforce nylon parts with continuous strands of carbon fibre, Kevlar and regular fibreglass, you can now reinforce parts with high-temperature materials like polycarbonate.
The printer is managed online through MarkForged’s home-grown software Eigar. This browser-based software is easy to use and extremely intuitive. It also automatically reinforces parts with fibre to maximise strength.
The Mark Two offers limitless possibilities.
Whether you are an engineer operating in aerospace, aviation, automotive, biotechnology, construction, marine or transport, or a manufacturer producing high-strength end-use parts and prototypes, the Mark Two is the 3D printer you’ve been waiting for. Parts that are reinforced with composite are as strong as 6061 aluminium and the Mark Two can reinforce features 15x smaller than the Mark One, boosting its applications considerably.
Accuracy and detail are also key features of the Mark Two. MarkForged wanted to create a true upgrade over the Mark One, and that’s why the new model has a refined extrusion process and the capability to automatically strengthen parts where they need it most. Furthermore, the print process can be paused at any time, so that electrical components can be manually inserted into the part. How cool is that?
What People Say
“The carbon-fibre inlay CFF technology the Markforged machines are using is awesome, it’s an absolute game-changer for functional 3D prints”
– Tom Sanladerer, All3DP
“What really makes this machine unique is the fibre capability [but] purely focussing on that would do this machine a disservice ”
– Al Dean, Develop3D
|Layer Height||0,1 mm, 0,125 mm and 0,2 mm|
|Build Dimensions||320mm x 152mm x 154mm When printing without continuous fibre (Printing with continuous fibre 320 x 132 x 154 mm)|
|Materials||Onyx, Carbon Fibre, Fibreglass, Nylon, Kevlar, High Temp. Fibreglass|
|System Requirements||Windows 7+, Mac OS 10.7 Lion+, Linux|
|Connectivity||WiFi, USB Stick, USB Cable, Ethernet Cable|
|Technology||Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)|
|Operating Temperature||Up to 200 ºC|
|Power Requirements||100–240V 150W|
|Dimensions||575mm x 322mm x 360mm|
|Laser Specifications||85 microns|