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Capable of printing parts 10x stronger than ABS – the X5 brings Continuous Fiberglass reinforcement to a commercial printing platform.
Continuous Fiberglass Parts
Print Fiberglass reinforced parts 10x stronger than ABS — capable of replacing some machined aluminum parts.
Material & Print Mode Variety
Print with Onyx, Onyx FR, and Continuous Fiberglass in a wide variety of print modes, including high-resolution printing.
Industrial Reliability and Accuracy
Precision-machined hardware, advanced sensors, and unique software drive leading edge accuracy and reliability. Markforged industrial carbon fiber 万博官方网站链接 offer micron-level laser scanning for closed-loop calibration, reliably yielding parts with high repeatability and near-perfect surface finish.
|Weight||48 kg / 106 lbs|
Printer primary Specs
- Printing Process
- Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR)
- Z Layer Resolution
- 50 μm - 200 μm
- Printing Media
- Composite Base Filaments, Continuous Fiber
- Internal Part Geometry
- Closed Cell Infill with Continuous Fiber Reinforcement
- Print Bed
- Precision Ground Composite
About the X5
The Markforged X5 CFR commercial 3D printer combines precision-built hardware, advanced sensors, and leading edge software to deliver accurate parts repeatably. It features a reinforced, precision-machined gantry and a precision ground print bed that can be removed and replaced with 10 μm repeatability. Each piece of hardware in the filament extrusion system — from the nozzles to the extruder hobs — is optimized to resist wear from micro carbon fiber filled nylon filaments and maintain print quality over thousands of hours. Out of material sensors ensure that you’re always printing while a scanning laser on the printhead enables the printer to dynamically adjust the first layers of a print to achieve perfect bed adhesion.
The X5 has a 3rd-generation fiber reinforcement system that enables you to lay down continuous fiber into parts. Markforged composite printers are capable of printing Continuous Fiberglass reinforced parts.
Leverage the power of Continuous Fiberglass reinforcement to print parts 10x stronger than plastic.