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Featuring Markforged's unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement, the Mark Two allows the user to great strong and versatile parts from a reliable printer, creating strong end-use parts directly from CAD files in a matter of hours.
The Mark Two can print from a variety of reinforcements and plastics and eliminate the time needed to work with multiple design iterations.
High strength printing
The unique composite fiber reinforcement during the printing process allows the Mark Two to create prints with unmatched strength and durability.
Wide range of materials
In addition to printing Onyx, the Mark Two prints materials that no other 3D printer can, like Carbon Fiber, Fiberglass and Kevlar.
Easy to use
Comes equipped with Markforged's own 3D printing software, Eiger, which is easy and quick to use.
The Mark Two's built in touchscreen allows the user to easily connect to wifi, begin the printing process and manage the printer.
The process of printing with composite fiber requires software that is equipped to create this level of print and the included Eiger software is easy to use in your browser and allows the user to import the drawing and slice it for a strong end print.
320 mm x 132 mm x 154 mm
Build Plate Type
TrueBed print bed
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Filament & Supplies
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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.