Mark Two ™

Flagship Continuous Fiber Composite 3D Printer, built to revolutionize your manufacturing operation.

Print beautiful Onyx parts reinforced with Markforged's full range of Continuous Fibers.

Micro carbon fiber filled nylon that forms the foundation of Markforged composite parts
Carbon Fiber
The backbone of aluminum-strength composite parts
Smooth TPU 95A
Smooth TPU 95A is a rubber-like material that when used with Markforged composite printers offers product developers and manufacturers the ability to create flexible, impact-absorbent parts on demand.

The power of Continuous Carbon Fiber at your fingertips.

3D Printing Software Meets Production Management

Design your part, upload it into our browser-based software, select from a wide range of Composite Base materials and Continuous Fibers, and hit print. It's that simple.

Continuous Fiber Reinforcement, Made Easy.

Precision-built so you can 3D print precise parts.

Physical Dimensions

Width: 584 mm

Depth: 330 mm

Height: 355 mm

Weight: 16 kg / 35 lbs


Build Volume

Width: 200 mm

Depth:132 mm

Height:154 mm

Printing Process
Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR)

Z Layer Resolution
100 μm – 200 μm

Printing Media
Composite Base Filaments, Continuous Fibers

Internal Part Geometry
Closed Cell Infill with Continuous Fiber Reinforcement

Print Bed
Precision Ground Composite

Compatible Materials

  • Onyx®

  • Nylon

  • Smooth TPU 95A

  • Precise PLA

  • Carbon Fiber

  • Fiberglass

  • Aramid Fiber (Kevlar®)

  • HSHT Fiberglass


About the Mark Two

The Mark Two is the award winning professional carbon fiber composite 3D printer – built around the Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR) process to reliably produce strong parts for you. It’s built around an aluminum unibody frame that delivers high accuracy and repeatability. A hardened extrusion system enables the Mark Two to print Onyx — a micro carbon fiber filled nylon filament that destroys traditional extrusion systems — reliably over thousands of print hours. The machine is built to be easy to operate and maintain — from easy-to-reach wear components (like nozzles and feed tubes) to usability focused features like the print bed, which can be removed and replaced with 10 μm repeatability.

In addition to more common FFF features, the Mark Two has a 2nd-generation fiber reinforcement system that enables you to lay down continuous fiber into parts. Markforged composite printers are capable of printing continuous fiber reinforced parts, which can be as strong as machined aluminum.