January 26, 2017 – Cambridge, Mass.
Markforged Named a Finalist in the 20th Annual SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards
Ground-breaking Carbon Fiber 3D Printer Featured in the Innovative 3-DIY Category
Markforged is a finalist in SXSW's 20th annual Interactive Innovation Awards. The SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards celebrates the speakers, trends, innovation and ideas are brought to Austin during the yearly conference and festival. Markforged's Onyx One 3D printer is featured in the Innovative 3-DIY category, which recognizes companies that are making 3D printing technology more accessible or affordable or makers using technology in new and exciting ways. For more information, please see the press release on PRweb or download the PDF.
January 6, 2017 – Cambridge, Mass.
Markforged Unveils New Metal 3D Printing Technique
Changing How Companies Create 3D Printed Parts, the Metal X Printer Will be the First Priced at Under $100k
Markforged announces a breakthrough technology in metal manufacturing – Atomic
Diffusion Additive Manufacturing (ADAM), along with the introduction of the Metal X – the first ADAM 3D printer.
Extending the success of its revolutionary carbon fiber printing technology, Markforged now provides a rapid
technique to produce metal parts for manufacturers in demanding industrial, automotive, medical, and aerospace
industries. For more information, please see the press release on BusinessWire, download the PDF, or visit our Metal X page to learn more about how Markforged has revolutionized 3D printing once again.
December 7, 2016 – Cambridge, Mass.
Markforged Onyx One 3D Printer to be Showcased in WIRED Magazine's Popup NYC Store
The unique carbon fiber printer on display among the hottest technology gadgets of the season.
Markforged is pleased to announce that its newly released Onyx One carbon fiber 3D printer will be featured in the WIRED Store at Brookfield Place in New York City, from December 8th through the 18th. for more information, please see the press release on PRweb, download the PDF, or visit our Onyx Series page to learn more about the Onyx One.
November 17, 2016 – Cambridge, Mass.
With its New Onyx One Carbon Fiber 3D Printer, Markforged Brings Beautiful End-Use Printed Parts to Every Desktop
At an entry price of $3,500, the Onyx One is uniquely designed to print end-use carbon parts with Markforged’s acclaimed Onyx material.
Since the inception of 3D printing 30 years ago, buyers have had a choice of printers for either industrial functional parts with inferior surface finish or printers for detailed, yet fragile models. Markforged disrupted the status quo of 3D printing to deliver strong end-use parts which also feature a sleek beautiful look and surface finish with its Onyx material. With today's announcement, the Onyx One is available in North America (followed by the rest of world in Q1 of 2017) as Markforged's first plastic-only printer. It enables users to take advantage of the popular Onyx material at a broadly accessible price. For more information, the press release is available on PRweb (PDF) or visit our Onyx Series page. (Press Kit for Onyx Images available below)
October 4, 2016 – Cambridge, Mass.
Markforged Announces the Mark X for Industrial-Scale 3D Printing of Strong, End-Use Carbon Fiber Parts
The Mark X Brings First-Ever Combination of Strength, Precision, Quality, and Beauty for Industrial, Automotive, Functional Prototyping, Robotic, and Prosthetic Applications
Markforged is excited to announce the launch of the industry's most powerful fiber composite 3D printer, the Mark X. In addition to a large print volume, the Mark X introduces a set of breakthrough print capabilities that include in-process laser inspection as well as a fine (50 micron) surface finish to make this one of the most powerful, precise, and unique 3D printers on the market today. For more information, the press release is available on PRweb (PDF) or visit our Mark X page. (Images of the Mark X or check out our Press Kits below)
September 21, 2016 – Cambridge, Mass.
Markforged Announces Tremendous Growth in First Half of 2016
Rapid Worldwide Growth for Markforged in 2016 Affirms Manufacturers See Benefits of Strong Composite 3D Printed Parts
Markforged, the company that introduced the first and only 3D printer to produce aluminum-strength, lightweight, and resilient parts using continuous carbon fiber, announces robust growth and a large distributor expansion in 2016. Measurable and significant time and cost savings are drawing increasing numbers of buyers to adopt this emerging capability in 3D printing into their processes. Mateusz Loska, a Professional Maintenance Specialist from Unilever, says, "We make the 3D model in our CAD program, we send it to a 3rd party company…it’s about one week until we get back a good part." He explains. "When we want to develop this part ourselves, it takes 24 hours. Normally it’d be about $50 if we want to send it to another company to make it for us. The same part costs about $10 on the 3D printer." For more information, the press release is available on PRweb.com (PDF) or request a demo today.
June 23, 2016 – Cambridge, Mass.
Markforged Releases Onyx: Micro-Carbon Reinforced Nylon For Industrial Strength Parts
Revolutionary new material enables engineers to 3D print parts for demanding applications.
Markforged, the designer and manufacturer of the world’s first carbon fiber 3D printer, breaks new ground making their industry-leading strong parts even stronger. Available for use in the ruggedized Mark Two Enterprise system, new Onyx nylon delivers high-performance, finished parts. Onyx’s dispersed micro-fiber is fully compatible with Markforged’s suite of continuous carbon, Kevlar, and glass fibers – both Onyx nylon and Markforged Standard nylon can achieve part strength comparable with metal. For more information, the press release is available on on PRweb.com (PDF) or check out our Onyx page.
March 18, 2016 – Cambridge, Mass.
Markforged Launches High-Strength, High Temperature Fiberglass. Today Markforged announces their newest material which allows aerospace and automotive customers to leverage Mark Two parts for use in “under hood” applications. This new fiberglass is twice as strong as Markforged’s standard fiberglass material and has a 30% higher heat deflection point (140°C). For more information, please read the press release or check out our materials page. Press Release is also available on prlog.com
February 1, 2016 – Cambridge, Mass.
Markforged Announces the Mark Two: Industrial Strength 3D Printing for Every Engineer We are excited to announce the new Mark Two and our new Enterprise Bundle. Building on the innovative new technology the Mark One introduced to the world, the Mark Two is further extending the capability of engineers to make parts as strong as aluminum, in their hands on the same day. For more information, please read the press release or request a demo today.Press release is also available on prlog.com
January 7, 2016 – Cambridge, Mass.
Markforged Leads Explosive Growth in 3D Printing Technologies for Manufacturing
Markforged, a company focused on industrial strength 3D printing for businesses – is announcing today a strong finish to 2015, with 400% growth in revenue year over year. Adoption of the world's strongest 3D printed plastics continues accelerating within and across several vertical markets including: automotive; systems integration and installation; machining services; customized durable goods; industrial automation; small lot production; tooling for mass production; and aerospace and defense. For more information, read the press release on businesswire.com or request a demo today.
February 23, 2017 – 3DNatives
Startup 3D of the month: Markforged disrupt the manufacture additive metal
February 7, 2017 – 3DPrint.com – Sarah Goehrke
SWW17 Day Two: 3D Printing Shows Its Versatility
January 23, 2017 – Boston Business Journal – Kelly O’Brien
Inside Markforged, the 3D printing startup aiming to change industrial manufacturing
January 10, 2017 – Engineering.com – Michael Molitch-Hou
Metal X 3D Printer Brings Metal to the Workshop for Under $100K
January 6, 2017 – 3DPrint.com – Clare Scott
Markforged Goes Metal: Introducing the Metal X 3D Printer, Featuring New Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing Technology
January 6, 2017 – TechCrunch – John Biggs
The Markforged Metal X prints real metal parts
January 6, 2017 – TCT Magazine – Daniel O’Connor
Markforged strike in the quest for affordable metal 3D printing
November 17, 2016 – IT Leaders (Japanese Language Publication)
November 17, 2016 – TechCrunch – John Biggs
Markforged Announces a Cheaper 3D Printer that Can Spit Out End-Use Parts
October 11, 2016 – TechCrunch – John Biggs
The Markforged Mark X lets you teleport precision custom parts from designer to printer
October 4, 2016 – TCT Magazine
Markforged Mark X Boasts Bigger Carbon-Fiber 3D Printing and In-Process Inspection
October 4, 2016 – 3DPrint.com – Clare Scott
Marforged Introduces the Industrial Mark X 3D Printer, Boasting Superior Print Resolution, Large Volume and a Unique In-Process Inspection Feature
October 4, 2016 – Engineering.com – Michael Molitch-Hou
Markforged Changes 3D Printing Once Again with the Mark X 3D Printer
September 21, 2016 – Develop3D – Al Dean
Review: Markforged Mark Two: Part Two
July 26, 2016 – Develop3D – Al Dean
Review: Markforged Mark Two
June 24, 2016 – TCT Magazine
Markforged Releases Carbon Micro-Fibre Reinforced Onyx 3D Printing Material
June 23, 2016 – 3Ders.com – Benedict
Markforged Releases ‘Onyx’ Micro-Carbon Reinforced Nylon 3D Printing Materials for Industrial-Strength Parts
June 23, 2016 – 3D Print.com – Clare Scott
Markforged Introduces Onyx, Its Latest Super-Strong 3D Printing Material Made from Nylon and Micro-Carbon
May 23, 2016 – Engineering.com – Michael Molitch-Hou
3D Hubs Offers Markforged Fiber-Reinforced 3D Printing Services
February 29, 2016 – Wall Street Journal – Christopher Mims
3-D Printing Promises to Change Manufacturing
February 1, 2016 – 3D Print.com – Bridget Butler Millsaps
Mark Two: The Latest in Industrial 3D Printing at the Desktop, Offering Strength & Speed
January 26, 2016 – MIT Technology Review – Mike Orcutt
Is 3-D Printing the Key to Cheap Carbon-Fiber Parts?
April 9, 2015 – TechCrunch – John Biggs
TC Makers: We Learn How Markforged Prints Unbreakable Objects
January 12, 2015 – TechCrunch – John Biggs
Markforged Shows Us 3D-Printed Parts that Even Fezzik Couldn’t Break
March 7, 2014 – Machine Design – Elisabeth Eitel
Markforged: $5,000 3D Printer Prints Carbon-Fiber Parts