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If you want to 3D print tools and parts with the strength of metal - or even in metal - Markforged is just the ticket. Their range of composite 3D printers print in Onyx or nylon with the ability to add carbon fibre, fibreglass, or Kevlar reinforcement. The result is parts with exceptional strength. Or print in metal with the Metal X, which uses metal powder to 3D print parts in titanium, tool steel and other metals.

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Mark Two

Print with Nylon, Carbon Fibre, Kevlar and High-Temp Fibreglass

Availability: In stock

15995 £15,995.00
  • £19194.00 INC. VAT
  • £15995.00 EX. VAT


  • Strength: 3D prints carbon fibre, Kevlar or fibreglass as well as high-temp fibreglass;
  • Value: Enterprise Edition includes loads of kit to get you started;
  • Volume: The Mark Two has a generous build volume of 320 x 132 x 154 mm;
  • Application: Perfect for engineers, manufacturers and educators.
  • Filament run out detection sensor.


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Onyx, Carbon Fibre, Fibreglass, Nylon, Kevlar, High Temp. Fibreglass
Layer Height
100 microns (0.1mm)
Build Dimensions
320mm x 132mm x 154mm
Manufacturer SKU
WiFi, USB Stick, Ethernet Cable
Composite Filament Fabrication (CFF) ™
System Requirements
Windows 7+, Mac OS 10.7 Lion+, Linux
Eiger (Free Trial)
575mm x 322mm x 360mm
Weight (KG)
Power Requirements
100–240V 150W


Introducing The Mark Two.
The Mark Two is a 3D printer for serious engineering and manufacturing applications. This is the first 3D printer in the world capable of printing composite materials with a heat deflection temperature of 140°C. So in addition to being able to reinforce nylon parts with continuous strands of carbon fibre, Kevlar and regular fibreglass, you can now reinforce parts with high-temperature materials like polycarbonate.

Markforged Desktop Series Print Farm

The printer is managed online through MarkForged’s home-grown software Eigar. This browser-based software is easy to use and extremely intuitive. It also automatically reinforces parts with fibre to maximise strength.

Eiger Software Brake Lever

The Mark Two offers limitless possibilities.
Whether you are an engineer operating in aerospace, aviation, automotive, biotechnology, construction, marine or transport, or a manufacturer producing high-strength end-use parts and prototypes, the Mark Two is the 3D printer you’ve been waiting for. Parts that are reinforced with composite are as strong as 6061 aluminium and the Mark Two can reinforce features 15x smaller than the Mark One, boosting its applications considerably.

Comparative Strengths Graph

Accuracy and detail are also key features of the Mark Two. MarkForged wanted to create a true upgrade over the Mark One, and that’s why the new model has a refined extrusion process and the capability to automatically strengthen parts where they need it most. Furthermore, the print process can be paused at any time, so that electrical components can be manually inserted into the part. How cool is that?

What People Say

“The carbon-fibre inlay CFF technology the Markforged machines are using is awesome, it’s an absolute game-changer for functional 3D prints”
Tom Sanladerer, All3DP

“What really makes this machine unique is the fibre capability [but] purely focussing on that would do this machine a disservice ”
Al Dean, Develop3D

What's in the box?

800 cm³ Onyx
50 cm³ Fibreglass
100 cm³ Carbon Fibre
50 cm³ Kevlar®
50 cm³ HSHT Fiberglass
1 x Pelican case dry box
1 x Markforged True Bed Print Bed
3 x CFF Nozzles
3 x FFF Nozzles



For prototype to end-use, Markforged leads the way. Their industrial 3D printers for manufacturing shops and factory floors empower manufacturers and engineers to create strong, real working parts in just a day or two. Compared to subtractive manufacturing processes like machining, the Markforged alternative is state-of-the-art. And it works. Make no mistake, these are best-in-breed 3D printers.

The range kicks off with the Desktop series. It includes the Mark Two which prints Onyx, carbon fibre, fibreglass, nylon, Kevlar, and high-temp fibreglass. There’s also the Onyx One which prints Onyx, and the Onyx Pro which prints Onyx and fibreglass. These machines are desktop and user-friendly and immensely capable.

The Industrial series kicks things up a notch. The Markforged X7, X5, and X3 are for factory floors. The X7 is the pick of the bunch printing the same materials as the Mark Two, but with an enhanced build volume and footprint.

The Metal X is another beast entirely. It empowers engineers to manufacture parts with complex geometries and details that would be impossible with subtractive manufacturing. It can directly replace many of these traditional processes. The Metal X uses metal powder to create true-to-design parts. Parts are then sintered in a furnace to become solid, afterwards demonstrating the same strength and durability as cast parts.