Continuous Fiber Fabrication
Continuous Fiber Fabrication (CFF) printing is a process unique to Markforged. It combines Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) with a second extruder (print head) that deposits a continuous strand of reinforcing material, such as Fiberglass, Carbon Fiber or Aramid Fiber (Kevlar®).
The base material (Onyx®) used in the FFF process combines Nylon with Carbon Fiber strands mixed in to produce incredibly strong and lightweight parts.
PrintCity has four Markforged printers that are classed as industrial grade manufacturing machines. Advanced laser scanning technology is incorporated into the print head used to scan, measure, and compare prints to the CAD model, ensuring highly accurate parts are produced.
1x Markforged Mark Two [320x132x154]
1x Markforged Onyx Pro [320x132x154]
2 x Markforged X7 [330x270x200]
Stereolithography (SLA) is a 3D printing process that uses Ultraviolet (UV) lasers to draw out each layer of a 3D Computer Aided Design (CAD) model into a vat of photopolymer liquid resin. …