Leasing: Simply uncomplicated

The Markforged 3D printers in our monthly leasing offers. Benefit from plannable rates with full cost control.

Get a competitive edge with Markforged 3D printers without investing a lot of capital and resources in the purchase!

With our leasing offers, you benefit from the unique technology without having to tie up any capital

Markforged MarkTwo

from €689 per month

Markforged X7

from €1489 per month

Markforged Printer

Request a leasing offer for any Markforged printer, we will be happy to advise you!

Albis Leasing

As a leasing partner, we work successfully with the Albis Leasing Group.

With over 35 years of experience in the leasing market, Albis is an expert in the field of leasing and hire-purchase and is perfectly suited to your leasing. 

Do you have any questions? We are happy to help! Here you will find the most frequently asked questions: 

Some 3D printers are known for their ease of use and ease of use, others for making beautiful parts with a great finish, and still others for the strength of the parts they can print. Luckily, if you’re looking for a perennial favorite that can produce high-strength parts with a great surface finish, easily and without much 3D printing experience, an industrial markforged 3D printer is a good choice.

We’ve put together a few key points you should know:

The Markforged industrial 3D printers have a range of build sizes that they can print depending on your needs and budget.

The Onyx One, Onyx Pro and Mark Two 3D printers, known as the desktop series, can print up to a size of 320 x 154 x 132 mm.

The X3, X5 and X7 3D printers, referred to as the X series or Industrial series, can print up to a size of 330 x 270 x 200 mm.

The FX20 3D printer can print up to a size of 525 x 400 x 400 mm.

Markforged developed their own material called Onyx. This material is Polyamide-6 mixed with carbon fibers and is approximately 23% stronger than ABS. Some Markforged 3D printers allow for the inlay of continuous filaments, which further reinforce and strengthen the printed parts.

Onyx is by far the most used and versatile material right now. Markforged continues to develop and distribute materials that expand printer applications. This year saw the launch of Precise PLA, a special version of the popular PLA material for quality printing on the Markforged machines, offering users a cost-effective alternative for prototyping and available in 8 different colors.

Markforged Industrial Series 3D printers also have access to specialty materials such as Onyx FR and Onyx ESD, a v0 rated flame retardant and ESD compliant material respectively.

The new FX20 expands the Markforged portfolio with high-temperature engineering polymers, namely ULTEM™ 9085. An extremely tough thermoplastic with excellent flame, smoke and toxicity (FST) properties that is widely used in the aerospace and automotive industries .

It is important that you consider what materials you will need or can benefit from before purchasing a Markforged printer.

Work holding
Before you buy a Markforged or any other 3D printer, it’s a good idea to find out about the maintenance required. Typically, extrusion-based 3D printers, which power Markforged FFF technology, are the easiest machines to maintain. Almost all parts of the Markforged devices are self-supporting so that regular maintenance can be carried out in a short time and the printer is always running optimally. Regular maintenance is limited because only a few wearing parts such as nozzles and hoses have to be replaced.

Routine maintenance is key to keeping 3D printers running at their best. Markforged offers a “Service Plan” with its printers, which allows easy and inexpensive maintenance of the equipment. Consumable parts are covered and replaced on a maintenance schedule, so not only are they replaced when they wear out, but you can always print with the best quality. The parts are also covered for damage in case something unexpected happens.

We see Markforged Industrial 3D printers being used for a variety of applications, from supplies for large production lines in the automotive and aerospace industries, to custom jigs and mounts for cameras on film sets, to cutting tools for the consumer. The possibilities are enormous.

We’re not saying that everything is possible. For every 3D printing technology, there are applications that it is suitable for and for which it is not suitable. For example, you wouldn’t use a Markforged 3D printer for fine artistic details or for high-volume production, but for strong, robust, reliable, and functional parts.

Read the Praxisberichte on our website to see more application examples.

The purchase of Markforged 3D printers is for an indefinite period. You can also purchase the 3D printer through a leasing company.
We would be happy to advise you before, during and after the purchase of a Markforged 3D printer with our competent sales and technical support staff.
Possible payment methods are: purchase on account and leasing

The price for the Markforged Metal X system is around €255,000. This price includes a 3 year service plan as well as the washing station and sintering plant. Further information about the price can be found in our price list.

The price of the composite fiber 3D printer Markforged Mark Two is €25,000. This price includes a 3 year service plan. Further information about the price can be found in our price list.
The price of the new Markforged FX20 3D printer is €312,000. This price includes a 3 year service plan. In addition to the well-known Markforged composite materials, the FX20 can also process the ULTEM™ 9085 filament. You can find more information in our price list.

Learn more about metal printing applications!

For which applications is the Metal X suitable? How do I design correctly for metal 3D printing? What do users say about this and where can I find more information? – You’ve come to the right place! We have listed some information options that will take you straight to the right answers.

Design Guide

DfAM – What is the best way to design your component for metal 3D printing? In this guide you will receive valuable tips on construction, material selection and post-processing.

5 applications

In this guide, we look at five ideal applications for metal 3D printing. How can you identify a good application? What do you have to consider?

Case study

In this hands-on case study by Stanley Black & Decker saved cost and lead time by optimizing an assembly.


A Markforged Applications Engineer explains the Metal X system and the materials available. It also shows a complete flow from printing to the finished part.

Submit a request for a lease offer for a Markforged 3D printer now.

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The Innovation Centre
1 Devon Way, Longbridge,
Birmingham, B31 2TS

Phone: 0800 193 3650
E-Mail: printstronger@mark3d.co.uk

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