Markforged PX100™ – fast and precise
Additive manufacturing of metal components with new precision.
The PX100 binder jetting system is a game changer and enables series production of everything from industrial components to medical and consumer goods.
The PX100™ system from Markforged
The powerful PX100 offers speed, precision and adaptability and makes additive manufacturing of metal components even more interesting for a growing number of applications.
The PX100 is a game changer in binder jetting technology, enabling mass production of everything from industrial parts to medical and consumer goods. Build complex, production-ready parts right where the components go.
Printing system with a static accuracy better than 1µm!
– Printing capacity of up to 1,000 cm3 per hour
– Printhead with 70,400 nozzles operating with 2pL droplets at 15.5kHz
– Easily exchangeable powder magazine for quick material changes
PX100 is ideal for manufacturing components with complex geometric structures, intricate internal details and even integrated parts. With the PX100 precision, you can produce metal components that were previously difficult – or even impossible – to produce.
No support structures are required. This minimizes post-processing and increases productivity. Excess powder is almost 100% recycled! Manufacture large quantities of different or individual parts without complex tools and with minimal material consumption.
The drive system
Since 2003 the focus has been on precision and speed.
To ensure long-term precision and accuracy, linear motors and air bearings are used instead of belt drives and screws. All moving parts have an accuracy of 1µm. This combination provides excellent stability and repeatability. The applicator precisely applies even layers of powder and the resolution is excellent: 8000 x 1600 DPI! The result is reliable, detailed parts, time and time again.
Available PX100 materials
- 316L Stainless steel (Datasheet)
- 17-4PH Stainless steel (Datasheet)
- D2 Tool Steel (Datasheet)
- H13 Tool steel (Datasheet)
- 4140 Stahl (Datasheet)
- Alloy 625 (Datasheet)
- Alloy 718 (Datasheet)
- Alloy 247 (Datasheet)
- Kupfer (Datasheet)
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