Markforged Carbon Fiber 3D Printing (CFF)

Composite 3D printing produces exceptionally strong and accurate functional parts using engineered plastic materials that are reinforced with fiber. In the printing process, Nylon fiber is extruded from the print head. A continuous strand of carbon fiber, Kevlar or fiberglass is extruded alongside the Nylon, forming parts with unparalleled strength, stiffness and durability. With Onyx material, chopped carbon fiber is blended into the Nylon filament.

Benefits

Markforged 3D printed parts are much stronger, stiffer, and more impact resistant than parts from any other 3D printer.

Create strong, real working parts in a day instead of weeks or months.

Remove the multiple barriers between design and a final product.

Applications

Remarkably strong and stable end-use tools, fixtures and prototypes that are reinforced with lightweight continuous carbon fiber, Kevlar and (high temp) fiberglass.

Process

The Markforged continuous fiber filament process is uniquely capable of printing parts using layers of fiber. What differentiates Markforged’s process from other fiber re-enforced composite capable printers is that the fiber is a continuous strand, rather than chopped short strands.

Continuous fiber provides superior mechanical benefits. In fact, Markforged technology can print parts that have a higher strength-to-weight ratio than 6061-T6 aluminum. Markforged parts offer unprecedented cost, time and efficiency savings.

Materials

Onyx

Tough nylon with micro-carbon reinforcement

Carbon Fiber

High performance, superior and lightweight

Fiberglass

Parts containing fiberglass give you 5 times the strength of Onyx parts

Nylon

Tough Nylon filament is flexible and impact-resistant.

High Strength High Temp Fiberglass

Strong parts in higher temperature applications

Kevlar

Best abrasion resistance and highly flexible fiber material

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