Can you break a 3D printed part? [Video]


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Can you break 3D printed components?

Most people still think of toys or just-for-fun parts when they hear the words “3D printing”. Some think of prototyping, but modern 3D printing has gone far beyond that. High-strength components, robotic grippers, assembly tools, spare parts… How is this possible? ⚙

The industrial 3D printers from Markforged can print components with inlaid continuous fibres made of carbon, fibreglass and Kevlar. The result? Components that are stronger than aluminium!

Print tough components, tools, fixtures and small batches quickly and cost-effectively overnight, and meet industrial requirements.

Seriously Tough Stuff

Onyx delivers stiff, strong and accurate parts. It is 1.4 times stronger and stiffer than ABS and has an outstanding surface finish. Nylon parts are flexible and impact resistant. Onyx and nylon can each be reinforced with Markforged continuous fibre materials.

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Learn more about the applications with the MarkTwo!

Which continuous fibers are suitable for which applications? How do I properly design for filament 3D printing? What do users say about this and where can I find more information? – You are right here! We have listed some information options that will take you straight to the right answers.

Design Guide

This design guide will teach you the best practises for 3D printing with composite materials and fibre reinforcement.

Stronger than Aluminium

For years, a compromise between strength, delivery time and cost had to be accepted. This can now easily be avoided!

Economics of 3D Printing

This white paper illustrates the economics of 3D printing, and how justifying the cost is getting easier every year.