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Print parts faster and cheaper than machining! For load-bearing applications requiring real strength, these parts make the grade!
20x Stronger Parts
20x stronger, 10x stiffer than ABS. These parts are perfect for a wide variety of tooling, fixtures, and functional prototypes!
Fast & Affordable
Replace mission-critical machined aluminum with fiberglass composite parts as 1/20th of the cost! These tough parts nail the sweet spot of strength and affordability.
Use your CNC resources for only the most critical machining operations. Increase machining bandwidth by 3D printing composite-reinforced soft jaws and custom work-holding tools with the strength necessary for heavy-duty machining operations.
Typical Machined Cost: $ 721.70
Markforged Printed Cost: $ 116.04
3D print custom fixturing for your QA rooms. Print standalone workholding to eliminate the need for complicated setups. Certify more parts in less time with cost-effective, minimal effort fixtures.
Typical Machined Cost: $ 662.10
Markforged Printed Cost: $ 36.03
Featuring the unique dual-nozzle print system, the X5 unlocks the ability to weave a strand of Continuous Fiberglass throughout a part to make it as strong as metal. Add that to the all-aluminum unibody enclosure, ultra-flat gantry system, machined aluminum stage with kinematic bed coupling, motor encoders, and calibration laser, and tie it all together with software.
Exterior Shell: ONXYX
Interior Reinforcement: FIBERGLASS
CFF - Continuous Filament Fabrication
Formed from the combination of two materials, composite parts are incredibly strong and versatile. Our unique fabrication process enables you to print parts that are an order of magnitude stiffer and stronger than typical 3D printed objects.
CAD your part, upload the STL, and select from composite materials such as Carbon Fiber, Fiberglass or Kevlar. The cloud-based software does the rest! Print the right part easily and consistently - every time!
The dual material system crafts the composite part one layer at a time. The first nozzle builds the plastic matrix and the second winds the fiber throughout.
As strong as aircraft grade aluminum and over 40% lighter, Markforged CFF parts are more than capable of replacing machined metal tools, fixtures, and prototypes.
Cloud-connected software and a 4.3” touchscreen come standard with every printer, washer, and furnace. Regular over-the-air updates mean that your Markforged products keep getting better. Material usage tracking and out-of-material detection help monitor your printers and reduce waste. Just a few of the ways we’re working to reduce the distance from design to part.
With automatic version control, real-time fleet management, and cloud-based collaboration, Eiger is the world’s most advanced 3D printing software. Designed from the ground up to make manufacturing simpler, Eiger enables you to print plastic, metal, and composite parts straight from your browser.
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Filament & Supplies
The quality of your filament and replacement parts matter. That’s why were your leading source for Markforged printing supplies.
3D printers offer support for several materials with varying applications, including PLA, nylon, PVA, carbon fiber, ABS, kevlar, and more!See all filaments
Supplies & Parts
3D printers offer support for several materials with varying applications, including PLA, nylon, PVA, carbon fiber, ABS, kevlar, and more.See all supplies & parts
Service & Support
A printer purchased with ImageNet eliminates the heartache of negligible support.
Our technical expertise and support available when you need it.
Trained technicians that specialize exclusively in handling 3D printers.
Choose the level of support that’s right for your organization’s needs.
Did you know 3D printers are more like sewing machines than regular paper printers? No matter how "plug and play" a printer claims to be, there's always an initial learning curve when getting started with a 3D printer.
Personalized training covers:
- Introduction to hardware and components
- Filament types and their applicable uses
- Bed plate leveling
- 3D printer software
- Optimizing your 3D print and supports
- Basic troubleshooting routines
- And much more
With training from ImageNet you can make sure that you're always getting the best possible 3D print from your machine, saving you time and money.