Mark Forged 3D Printers

Markforged-LogoTranscend the realm of prototypes and trinkets with Markforged 3D printers.

Break down the barriers between idea and reality—take advantage of the unique technology behind Markforged 3D printers to produce carbon fiber parts of stunning beauty and precision. Featuring exceptionally high resolution and the ability to reinforce carbon fiber with metal or fiberglass for added strength and stability, Markforged offers the ultimate 3D printing experience. Once a luxury, these technological marvels are fast becoming a key piece of equipment for every designer, engineer, and manufacturer.



Get your hands on the most advanced, most accessible modeling technology with the Onyx Series of Markforged 3D printers. Relying on Markforged’s celebrated chopped carbon fiber filament, the Onyx One produces beautifully crafted black parts for any number of applications. For added strength, upgrade to the Onyx Pro, which augments its carbon fiber parts with continuous fiberglass to create powerfully built composite objects.

Onyx One Features and Benefits

  • Creates objects out of Onyx chopped parts carbon filament
  • Get hardware and software upgrades whenever you need to step it up
  • Operates on Markforged Eiger software
  • Print Time: 2 hrs. 18 min.
  • Resolution: 100 micron
  • Materials: Onyx
  • Build Volume: 320 mm x 132 mm x 154 mm

Onyx Pro Features and Benefits

  • All the benefits of the Onyx One
  • Contains an extra print head for reinforcing parts with continuous fiberglass
  • Print Time: 2 hrs. 18 min.
  • Resolution: 100 micron
  • Materials: Onyx and fiberglass
  • Build Volume: 320 mm x 132 mm x 154 mm

Print Onyx Filament

The only 3D printer on the market designed from the ground up—hardware, software, and materials—to uniquely create chopped carbon fiber parts—a revolutionary material with beautiful surface finish, stiffness, and temperature tolerance. We’ve designed this to simply work, the first time and every time, so you will love to use it.


This is what happens when strength meets precision and beauty.

For industrial-scale, industrial-strength printing, there’s only one option: The Mark X. Touted as the most powerful 3D printer to hit the market, it offers the world’s first precision sensing system. This unique technology allows manufacturers to build their products “as designed” for more accurate assembly.

With advanced fiber reinforcement capabilities, the Mark X creates parts that possess the strength of metal, while imbuing them with a gorgeous Onyx surface finish.

The Mark X—when you want to transform concepts into reality with unparalleled precision, enduring strength, and remarkable beauty.

High-Resolution Printing

The Mark X’s 50-micron resolution layer height creates finished products that feature amazing detail and texture—a look and feel comparable only to the results of injection molding. Combine the resolution with the large build volume, and you have a machine that’s ideal for manufacturing anything from functional prototypes and automotive parts to prosthetics and robotics.

Mark X Features and Benefits

  • Create parts that possess the strength of metal
  • Scan parts mid-print to ensure dimensional accuracy
  • Plastic Materials: Onyx and nylon
  • Fiber materials: Carbon fiber, fiberglass, Kevlar, HSHT fiberglass
  • Build Volume: 330 mm x 250 mm x 200 mm
  • Resolution: 50 micron


In-Process Inspection

The Mark X gives you breakthrough quality and precision in 3D printing. Scan your parts mid-print using our cloud-based Eiger software and a laser displacement sensor affixed to the print head. Ensure dimensional accuracy at the most critical tolerances at any point in your print.


For More Information

Get your hands on Markforged’s latest 3D printers from the local company you trust to deliver quality products and exceptional service. View our white paper on Tooling & Fixtures. Call CTS Choice at (800) 700-5990 to learn more or to place your order. 

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