With materials such as fiberglass, carbon or Kevlar, real problems can be solved and components printed that previously could not be 3D printed but had to be manufactured mechanically. As a result of the changed manufacturing processes, components can be manufactured much more easily, often without designing them in accordance with additive requirements. Due to their property profile, fiber composite materials offer great potential for lightweight construction in vehicle and mechanical engineering. Additive manufacturing processes are particularly well suited to manufacturing highly complex load and weight-optimized structures that cannot be manufactured conventionally. Mark3D is your european partner for Markforged high-end 3D printers, materials, software and accessories. We will help you to find the right solution for your application from the range of composite and metal Markforged 3D printers.
Continuous Filament Fabrication (CFF) is a patented technology that allows Markforged users to produce 3D printed components with extreme stability. With this technology, the continuous fibre is additionally inserted into the component via a second nozzle in the print head. It is called continuous fibre because it has only one start and one end pointRead more »