Amazing new materials mean strong 3D printed parts.
NxRev is excited to announce that they have partnered with MarkForged to offer the Mark One 3D printer. The Mark One is the only 3D printer capable of printing composite parts. Being able to print parts that are reinforced with carbon fiber results in parts that are stronger by weight than aluminum. We’re not just talking strong prototypes, we’re talking about printing useful parts that you can use in the shop. This process will become essential in the aerospace industry as it moves forward into the future, companies like WG Henschen may already be taking full use of printing composites.
ABS Parts Are Yesterday’s News
Let’s face it. Parts made from standard ABS plastic are unsuitable for many tasks. For one thing, they’re not very strong. The Mark One provides the ability to reinforce nylon with your choice of filaments of fiberglass, Kevlar or carbon fiber.
The printer actively switches between two nozzles during a print, creating a plastic part reinforced with your choice of materials:
- Fiberglass— Ideal for everyday applications where you need strong parts.
- Kevlar— When you need parts that are durable and resistant to impact.
- Carbon Fiber— Perfect for applications requiring the greatest possible stiffness and strength.
The bottom line: Now you can print parts that you used to have to CNC.
You won’t believe how strong and light these parts are!
Not just strong: beautiful as well.
The Mark One prints in very high resolution. 100 micron layer resolution for traditional printing and 200 micron layer resolution for composite printing.
Capable of printing parts that are 20x stiffer and 5x stronger than ABS plastic.
|More Prints, Less Space
Large, industry-leading build size in a compact desktop package means creating full-scale parts in any workspace.
No nasty chemicals. No post-curing. This is one 3D printer you’ll be happy to sit next to.
SEE FOR YOURSELF
Meet the Mark One: the world’s first Carbon Fiber 3D printer
For less than you’d guess.
The Mark One printer and starter kit of materials starts as low as $5,500 but it easily outperforms ABS printers that are 10X more expensive. Don’t let the low price fool you. This is not a toy. You can build working parts as well as high-strength prototypes with the Mark One that will blow your mind.
This time it’s real.
We’ve all been hearing about the promise of 3D printing for what seems like forever… only to be disappointed by poor materials that result in parts that are brittle, weak, or low resolution. So we really think that the only way you’ll believe how amazing these composite parts are is by seeing one for yourself.
Give us a call at 408-986-0200 and we’d be happy to discuss specs, set up a demo, and figure out how much time and money a composite 3D printer can save your organization. Or drop us an email here.