The number of 3D print materials has grown extensively the past decade. There is now a multitude of various industrial-grade materials to choose from. Several of these are developed for additive manufacturing, but also for prototyping and testing. Here are the most popular 3D print materials explained for you. PLA mostly used for 3D printed
The Markforged FX20 is the latest 3D printing solution from Markforged. With the FX20, you can print substantially larger parts and in high temp materials.
3D printing has proved itself to be a great tool for innovation, prototyping and low volume end-use parts. Our partner, Materialise, designed a brilliant gadget for a no-hands door opener and shared the design files with the world. Anyone can now 3D print their own door opener to minimize the spreading of germs and viruses.
A 3D printer is never as good as the materials it can use. PLM Group’s 3D printing partner Markforged has developed a unique 3D printing technology for reinforced 3D printing. This means you can achieve geometrically precise and super-strong parts for a variety of industry needs. In this article, we will walk you through the
At the core of Markforged’s unique fibre reinforcement 3D printing technology is the build material Onyx. It is a specially tuned PA6 copolymer (polyamide) filament with a chopped carbon fiber blend, adding great strength and stiffness unique to FFF printing. The surface finish is an excellent matte black colour, unparalleled in comparison with other reinforced