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Strong and tough parts made from Nylon materials reinforced with continuous fibre
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If you need parts made from composites materials, our Markforged Mark2 system and materials could provide the answer.
Similar to FDM technology, Markforged use an additive manufacturing material extrusion process to combine one or more separate materials together within the same build. Taking a base composite material like Onyx™, a micro carbon fibre filled additive manufacturing nylon producing parts with strength, chemical resistance and almost flawless surface finish, Onyx™ can be printed on its own or can be reinforced with continuous fibres to create aluminium-strength parts.
Explore our carbon composite 3D printing materials:
Flexural Strength: 71 MPa
Onyx is a micro carbon fiber filled nylon. It’s 1.4 times stronger and stiffer than ABS and can be reinforced with any continuous fiber. Onyx sets the bar for surface finish, chemical resistivity, and heat tolerance
Flexural Strength: 83 MPa
Onyx ESD is an ESD-safe micro carbon fiber filled nylon composite
base material with similar mechanical properties and surface finish
to Markforged Onyx. It is static-dissipative and reinforceable with
continuous fibers to achieve up to 10x strength compared to existing
Flexural Strength: 71 MPa
Onyx FR is a flame-resistant variant of Onyx designed for use in applications where parts must be non-flammable. The material earned a UL Blue Card, and is considered V-0 (self extinguishing) at thicknesses greater than or equal to 3mm. It can be reinforced with any Continuous Fiber and is compatible with industrial composite 3D printers
Flexural Strength: 50 MPa
Nylon White parts are smooth, non-abrasive, and easily painted. They can be reinforced with any continuous fiber and work best for non-marring work holding, repeated handling, and cosmetic parts.
Flexural Strength: 540 MPa
Carbon Fiber has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of our reinforcing fibers. Six times stronger and eighteen times stiffer than Onyx, Carbon Fiber reinforcement is commonly used for parts that replace machined aluminum
Flexural Strength: 200 MPa
Fiberglass is our entry level continuous fiber, providing high strength at an accessible price. 2.5 times stronger and eight times stiffer than Onyx, Fiberglass reinforcement results in strong, robust tools
Flexural Strength: 420 MPa
High Strength High Temperature (HSHT) Fiberglass exhibits aluminum strength and high heat tolerance. Five times as strong and seven times as stiff as Onyx, it’s best used for parts loaded in high operating temperatures.
Flexural Strength: 240 MPa
Kevlar® possesses excellent durability, making it optimal for parts that experience repeated and sudden loading. As stiff as fiberglass and much more ductile, it can be used for a wide variety of applications.
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