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MARKFORGED COMPOSITE
3D PRINTERS

3D print strong, robust parts in specialist Nylons with reinforcing fibres

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COMPOSITE 3D PRINTERS

Markforged range of 3D Printers use CFF (Continuous Fibre Fabrication) technologies, printing in specialist Nylon materials with the ability to add reinforcing fibres of Carbon Fibre, Kevlar and Fibreglass. The technology is prime for functional and production uses, economocially producing end components, tooling, jigs, fixtures, CMM inspection tools and end-use parts. Available in 2 series: Desktop and Industrial designed for your factory floor.

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MARKFORGED COMPOSITE

3D PRINTERS

Specialist Nylon & Composite 3D Printers with the functionality to add reinforcing continuous Carbon Fibre, Kevlar or Fibreglass

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ONYX ONE | ONYX PRO  
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BUILD A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

CREAT3D clients are using Markforged 3D Printers from early prototyping to manufacturing tools to end-use parts. The versatility of the technology adapts itself to building competitive advantage by:

  • Faster Time to MarketUsing Markforged AM technologies allows faster design iteration, testing & sign-off, with parts being produced up to 60% faster than traditional fabrication methods

  • Efficient Supply Chain ManagementReduce lead times and reliance on external suppliers, as well as the internal purchase process. Reduce down-time by 3D printing on-demand production parts. Reduce stock holding and associated inventory costs

  • Reduce Manufacturing CostsReduce cost per part by 3D printing over traditional fabrication. Our clients are seeing up to 96% cost reduction by adopting Additive Manufacturing