Mark Two

Recommended Skill Levels: High School, Industry, K-8, Technical College, University

Learning Topics: 3D Printing, Industry 4.0, Materials Engineering, STEM

Product Types: Training Equipment

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The Mark Two by Markforged is an industrial-grade desktop 3D printer that’s perfect for education. This unit provides a wide range of material printing options including Onyx, Carbon Fiber, Fiberglass, Kevlar, and HSHT Fiber glass, with in depth design and operations features on the Eiger 3D printing software.

Learning Outcomes

The Mark Two allows learners to design machine fixtures and end-of-arm tools.  Learners will experience working with reinforcement materials and study how to be cost-efficient while still engineering a strong part that meet the requirements. By using Mark Two instructors can teach engineering and science principles at a variety levels. Some of these areas include, Materials Science, Structural Engineering, and Engineering Design allowing for the exploration of concepts such as:

  • Material selection
  • Strength of materials
  • Strength to weight ratios
  • Tool Design

With the Mark Two, learners will develop creative problem solving solutions using the best product design practices.

Mark Two Product Details

This award-winning professional carbon fiber composite 3D printer, the Mark Two is leading the additive software manufacturing market in innovative material and printing methods. Compatible with a school’s CAD software, the Markforged can print parts for the existing equipment in a school. Utilizing a various material, you can easily find the material that best fits your needs. Depending on the material, this 3D printer can create parts with 23x the strength than ABS. With easy to reach wear components like nozzles and feed tubes, Mark Two is easy to operate and maintain.  Markforged uses unique continuous carbon fiber reinforcement.

  • This machine is extremely reliable for thousands of print hours.
  • The Markforged Software Eiger, allows for simulation testing before you print. Know where to reinforce your design and how it will perform before you print so you only print what you need.
    • Make your additive manufacturing platform more agile and efficient
    • Seamlessly perform as a unified platform composed of software, printers, and materials.
  • Compatible Materials
    • Onyx
    • Nylon
    • Smooth TPU 95A (Flexible)
    • Precise PLA (Comes in 8 Color)
    • Carbon Fiber
    • Fiberglass
    • Aramid Fiber (Kevlar)
    • HSHT (High Temperature Fiberglass Filament)

This Desktop 3D printer uses continuous fiber reinforcement that allows for build volumes of 320 x 132x 154mm (12.6 x 5.2 x 6in).

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