Markforged 3D Printers – The right 3D printer for every application

Professional 3D printers have been used in the manufacturing industry for over 30 years, but until the last decade the market has been widely opened up to new applications such as tools, fixtures and prototypes. Since 3D printing has no manufacturing or design limitations, you can see the amazing growth and demand for advanced industrial 3D printers. Many different 3D printing technologies are part of the reason for the rapid growth of the 3D printing industry. The composite filament manufacturing (CFF) technology of the Markforged 3D printer gives you unlimited possibilities for component production.

Desktop series

Welcome to the best, most accessible desktop 3D printer designed specifically for printing beautiful carbon black parts. Start with the Onyx One and create parts for a wide range of applications. Use our acclaimed onyx cut carbon fibre filament.

Switch to the Onyx Pro and experience the impressive strength obtained by adding continuous glass fibres for strong composite parts.

Onyx One

The Onyx One has a single print head specifically designed for the production of parts with our onyx cut carbon fibre filament.

This printer is the entry-level model from Markforged. It prints stable and powerful components directly on your workstation!

Onyx Pro

The Onyx Pro with a second printhead especially for continuous fibreglass also offers you the possibility to print the original extremely reinforced composite parts that Markforged is known for.

Like the Onyx One, the Onyx Pro is an entry-level model for the ultimate 3D printing experience.

Mark Two

Mark Two combines Markforged's unique continuous carbon fibre reinforcement capabilities with the reliability of a Swiss watch. This combination results in the strongest and most versatile parts in our portfolio. It is the only printer in the industry that allows you to go from a CAD drawing to a beautiful ready-to-use end result within hours.

Industrial series

The X series consists of X3, X5 and X7, among which X7 is the most powerful 3D printer on the market. With X7, you can print very robust parts on an industrial scale. It is the first printer of its kind to use laser-based process control combined with extremely stable components. It is a must-have for every manufacturer. 

The X-series combines the advantages of Markforged's unique fibre-reinforced materials. It is more stable than aluminium and has the excellent surface finish of Onyx, allowing the X-series to realise any design concept.


Industrial performance starts with an all-aluminium unibody housing built around an ultra-flat gantry system. Add to that a machined aluminium table with a kinematic bed coupling, and a precision ground printing platform. Then the loop is closed with software - each machine comes equipped with a full suite of sensors, including motor encoders and a calibration laser so precise it can compensate for single-digit changes in room temperature.


With its unique dual nozzle printing system, the X5 offers the ability to weave a strand of continuous fibre through a part to make it as strong as metal. Add that to the all-aluminium unibody housing, ultra-flat gantry system, machined aluminium stage with kinematic bed coupling, motor encoders and calibration laser, and bring it all together with software.


Built from the ground up for reliable performance, the X7 delivers breakthrough quality and precision in 3D printing. The top-of-the-line industrial platform features a reinforced dual nozzle printing system that supports continuous carbon fibre and Kevlar reinforcement. Laser inspection scans parts during printing to ensure dimensional accuracy for the most critical tolerances.


The FX20 is the largest and most accurate machine that Markforged has ever produced.

It features an 84-litre heated build chamber and a solid, verified flatbed vacuum with circuit boards. The motion control system provides closed loop control via precision linear encoders, and is tuned to move the 3kg printhead quickly and accurately. The FX20's turbo mode builds parts faster than any other Markforged machine, while the new XL coils offer four times the material without a coil change.

The FX20 is remarkably user-friendly. It is equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen from which users can control every aspect of the printer. Automated calibration and levelling reduces operator input, while a variety of sensors provide live feedback on machine performance. A material compartment holds two active XL spools and can store two more with precise humidity control.

Metal X

Metal X has significantly accelerated innovation, allowing you to go from design to fully functional metal parts in less than 24 hours. This advanced 21st century manufacturing method produces a wide variety of products: from industrial spare parts to injection moulded and functional end products.

Printing materials

Basic material

Onyx delivers stiff, strong and precise parts. It is 1.4 times stronger and stiffer than ABS and has an excellent surface finish. Nylon parts are flexible and impact resistant. Onyx and nylon can each be reinforced with Markforged continuous fibre materials.


Formed from the combination of two materials, composite parts are incredibly strong and versatile. Our unique manufacturing process allows you to print parts that are many times stiffer and stronger than typical 3D printed parts.


By combining the proven MIM (Metal Injection Moulding) technology and our unique 3D printing platform, you go from prototyping to fully functional metal parts. The same materials and working methods are used as in the regular MIM process.



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