Print with precision
The unique aluminum frame provides the highest stability and rigidity as expected from a high precision machine.
The Mark Two combines the flexibility of 3D printing with the remarkable resistance of carbon fiber, glass fiber, and kevlar® for:
- Jigs, fixtures and industrial equipment
- Custom production parts for final use
- Functional prototypes
- Structural parts
…for any situation where more resistant plastic parts are needed, quickly and without spending a fortune.
Mark Two offers:
- Fiber printing 40% faster than the Mark One
- The ability to reinforce details 15 times smaller than before
- The new Enterprise model with high-strength glass fiber, even at high temperatures, is ideal for automotive and aerospace
The Mark Two uses the Continuous Filament Manufacturing (CFF) process to reinforce 3D printed nylon parts with continuous filaments of carbon, Kevlar and fiberglass filaments, shaped and automatically optimized.
Using a double-head system, with a CFF print head and a FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) extrusion head, the Mark Two can surprisingly create sturdy parts by exploiting the properties of composite materials with a higher strength-to-weight ratio than Aluminum 6061 -T6.
The incredible resistance of carbon comes from long and continuous filaments that carry the load of the whole part downwards.
That’s why the Space Shuttle, the rockets, and the Formula 1 cars are built from continuous carbon filaments, and that’s how we print.
This part, in 3D CFF print, has tens of thousands of continuous filaments of carbon fiber inside.
We focus not only on the hardware, we also offer high quality materials, durable and without liquid waste:
- Carbon Fiber: the highest weight-resistance ratio
- Kevlar: maximum resistance to abrasion
- Glass Fiber: the highest resistance-cost ratio
- Nylon: hard plastic
- High temperature glass fiber: ideal for the automotive, aerospace and other industries that need material for temperatures above the deflection point.