Markforged X5 Industrial 3D Printer

Markforged X5 | Industrial 3D Printer
Product Description
$ 49,990.00

About the Markforged X5 Composite 3D Printer

With the Markforged X5 industrial 3D printer, you can now print parts faster and cheaper than machining. For load-bearing applications that require real strength, these parts make the grade.

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The Markforged X5 3D printer prints 20x stronger and 10x stiffer than ABS. For applications where weak doesn't cut it these parts are perfect for a wide variety of tooling, fixtures, and functional prototypes. Using the X5, you can replace mission critical machined aluminum with fiberglass composite parts at 1/20th the cost. These tough parts nail the sweet spot of strength and affordability.

The Markforged X5 vs Machining

Keep your production line running at full speed. Reduce lead time and cost on end effectors by printing on-site same day tooling. Print new tools and functional replacements for old parts. Save time and money with carbon fiber 3D printing.

Typical Machined Cost
$285.61
Markforged Printed Cost
$9.45
Savings
97%

The Markforged X5 Hardware

Featuring the unique dual nozzle print system, the X5 unlocks the ability to weave a strand of Continuous Fiberglass throughout a part to make it as strong as metal. Add that to the all-aluminum unibody enclosure, ultra-flat gantry system, machined aluminum stage with kinematic bed coupling, motor encoders and calibration laser, and tie it all together with software.

Build Volume 

  • 330 mm x 270 mm x 200 mm
  • Layer Height
  • 50 μm
  • Technology
  • FFF and CFF
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    The Markforged X5 Has Laser Precision

    With a built-in laser micrometer, the X5 automatically scans the print bed with 1um accuracy to generate a contour map of its surface. By calibrating its measurements with extrusion readings to perfectly set nozzle height and active topography adjustment, the X5 ensures your prints come out exactly how you want them.

    Markforged X5 Printer Compared to Stratasy F370 

    • The X5 prints Continuous Fiberglass parts that are 19x stronger and 10.7x stifer than the Stratasys F370.
    • At 50 micron layer height, the X5’s resolution is almost 3x as high and the parts are 60% more accurate.
    • Stratasys has a Nylon with chopped carbon material – but it costs $200K+.
    • Higher resolution, better accuracy, similar print surface area, and upgradable to continuous Carbon Fiber and Kevlar reinforcement make the X5 a clear winner.

    Markforged X5 3D Printer compared to Stratasys F370 3D Printer

      Markforged X5 3D Printer Specifications

      PRINTER

      PROPERTIES

      Process

      Continuous Fiber Reinforced Plastics

      Build Volume

      330 x 270 x 200 mm (13 x 10.6 x 7.9 in)

      Weight

      48 kg (106 lbs)

      Machine Footprint

      584 x 483 x 914 mm (23 x 19 x 36 in)

      Print Bed

      Kinematic coupling - Flat to within 80 um

      Laser

      Bed Leveling, Active Print Calibration

      Power

      100-240VAC, 150W (2A peak)

      X7 Upgrade Capabilities

      Laser In Process Inspection, Carbon Fiber, HSHT, and Kevlar

      PART

      PROPERTIES

      Layer Height

      100um default, 50 um minimum

      Ultimate Tensile Strength

      590 MPa (19.0x ABS, 16.4x Onyx)

      Max Flexural Stiffness

      22 GPa (10.7x ABS, 7.6x Onyx)

      Infill

      Closed Cell Infill: Multiple geometries available

      SOFTWARE

      Supplied Software

      Markforged Software - Cloud Storage, Local Storage, or Fully On-Premise ($5,000 added fee)

      Security

      Two Factor Auth, Org Admin Access, Single Sign On

      MATERIALS

      Plastics Available

      Onyx

      Fiber Available

      Fiberglass

       

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