3D Printing

Markforged Metal X: Metal 3D Printing Reviewed

Innovative 3D printer manufacturer Markforged announced their revolutionary metal 3D printer, the Metal X, back in January at CES 2017. Now, with initial shipments getting delivered soon, we wanted to give you an in-depth review of everything this amazing metal 3D printer has to offer. […]

September 18th, 2017|3D Printing|

3D Composite Printing with The Mark Two

Manufacturers and design teams are using Markforged’s Mark Two 3D printer for composite 3D printing, allowing them to lower their production and prototyping costs and shorten lead times. […]

August 7th, 2017|3D Printing|

New Markforged Printers

Markforged has always been on the cutting edge of 3D printing technology and the lineup of new Markforged printers is no exception. With a starting price point for advanced hobbyists to engineers looking to create industrial-strength parts, Markforged has something for everyone.

January 18th, 2017|3D Printing, MarkForged|

3D Printing vs. CNC Machine: Which is Better?

Throughout history, there has been a variety of methods used to manufacture custom parts. Today, the most common methods used are 3D printing and CNC machine. Both utilize computer numerical control (CNC), which developed from traditional milling methods after WWII. While 3D printing has some major breakthroughs in the last few years, CNC machine is […]

October 19th, 2016|3D Printing, Product Comparison|

The Mark X 3D Printer: Bigger, More Precise, Built In Quality Control

The Mark X 3D printer from Markforged has just been released. And it’s a doozy! The Mark X expands on the capabilities of the Markforged family by printing larger parts, in higher resolution, with built-in quality controls….

The Mark X 3D printer improves on the Mark 2:

  • Print Volume is 2.5X bigger at 13.0” x […]
October 5th, 2016|3D Printing, MarkForged|

New Markforged Material: Onyx Chopped Fiber

There’s an amazing new material for the MarkTwo 3D printer!

Onyx is composed of an exceptionally tough nylon that’s been mixed with chopped carbon.


June 23rd, 2016|3D Printing, MarkForged|

Mark Two Printing Material: An FAQ

Since it debuted on the market, the Mark Two 3D printer has been redefining what people expect from 3D printed objects.

The MarkForged machine prints plastic parts, which can be reinforced with three types of material: carbon fiber, Kevlar, and fiberglass. This allows users to create working prototypes and high-quality end-use products – a huge […]

April 26th, 2016|3D Printing, MarkForged|