Continuous Filament Fabrication (CFF) is a patented technology that enables Markforged users to produce 3D printed components with extreme stability. With this technology, this “continuous fiber” is additionally printed into the component via a second nozzle in the print head. It is called continuous fiber because it has only one start and one end point per layer. This allows you to achieve stability above milled aluminium in an excellent quality!
Thanks to the supplied and optimally adjusted software EIGER, you can insert the continuous fiber per layer individually and, of course, also “over the entire surface”. Carbon, Kevlar, glass fiber and high temperature glass fiber are available as continuous fiber reinforcement.
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