Markforged Mark Two 3D Printer


£15,995.00 ex. VAT

£19,194.00 incl. VAT


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Markforged Mark Two

The Mark Two is a compact printer that is capable of producing lightweight components that are stronger than aluminium.

Markforged offer a variety of printing materials that are fire and electrical resistant, which can also be reinforced with a selection of fibers. Check out the materials here.





Markforged 3D printer specifications

Printer Details


Printing Process:                   Continuous Fibre Reinforcement (CFR)
Layer Height:                          100-200 μm
Print Bed:                                Precision Ground Composite
Build Volume:                        320 x 132 x 154 mm
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Markforged Mark Two produces strong, high-quality industrial parts

Strong, Quality Parts

The Markforged Mark Two can produce parts that far exceed the mechanical properties of other engineering materials, such as aluminium.

The Mark Two printer produces visually aesthetic parts that are suitable for the end user. Components are made with a professional, matted grey finish.

Markforged Mark Two can use a wide range of materials to print outstanding parts

Range of Materials

The Mark Two uses the latest Composite Filament Fabrication (CFF). It prints a design in a base material, Nylon or Onyx, which can then be reinforced with either:

Markforged Mark Two is ideal for home environments


The Markforged Mark Two printer produces industrial grade parts all from a small compact unit.

The printer is small, lightweight and doesn’t produce any toxic fumes. This makes the Mark Two ideal for use in a domestic or home environment.

Markforged Mark Two comes with an All Set to Go package

All Set to Go

When you purchase a Mark Two it comes with all the equipment and material to start printing straight away. Each purchase of the Mark Two will come with:

Access to slicing software

Material (Onyx, Carbon Fibre, Fibre Glass and Kevlar)

Build plate, nozzle, bowden tube etc.

Accessories bag (scrapper, spare parts, tools etc.)

Markforged Mark Two is an easy-to-use machine

Easy to Use

Top quality parts are easy to achieve. The Mark Two has a simple slicing software that is available online, there’s no need to download anything. Operating the Mark Two is simple, with easy to use touch screen display which helps with instructions, timing, material, maintenance etc.

With the Mark Two it’s easy to refill or swap material, and has a detachable ceramic build plate to allow easy removable of your printed part.

Markforged Mark Two is a reliable and impressive-looking machine


 The engineering and quality of the build means that, not only is the Mark Two an impressive looking machine, but it consistently produces impressive looking parts.

With the Mark Two you can set it to print an item overnight and be confident that in the morning you will be greeted with a sleek, mechanically strong part.

Markforged Mark has wide variety of settings for printing your designs

Product Iteration

The Mark Two has a variety of setting which can be changed to alter; the speed of the print, the strength, the finish and to add in metal inserts etc.

This means, you the designer, have more flexible and freedom to build, print and test your designs. Employing the Mark Two as a design tool creates for better and fast product iteration.

Markforged Mark Two 3D Printer
Print bed
Print bed
Strong, ceramic build plate ensures parts are both accurate and have a good surface finish
Fibre Spool
Fibre Spool
Increase the strength of your parts using carbon fibre reinforcement
Print Head
Print Head
A state of the art printer head that can produce a multi-material product to the finest of details

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Companies using Markforged

Microsoft   FedEx   Hyundai   Amazon   Disney       Bentley         Bosch      Philips   Airbus       Harley Davidson

Why Use Solid Print3D?


Technology:  Continuous fiber reinforcement (CFR)

Z layer resolution:  100 – 200 microns

Power requirements:  100-240V 150W

Plastic available:  Onyx, Nylon White

Fibers available:  Carbon fiber, fiberglass, Kevlar®, HSHT fiberglass

Printer dimensions:  584 x 330 x 355 mm

Build volume:  320 x 132 x 154 mm

Weight:  16 kg

Connectivity:  Wifi, USB and Ethernet

Print bed:  Precision ground composite

What's Included

  • 800 cm³ Onyx
  • 50 cm³ Fibreglass
  • 100 cm³ Carbon Fibre
  • 50 cm³ Kevlar®
  • 50 cm³ HSHT Fiberglass
  • 1 x Pelican case dry box
  • 1 x Markforged True Bed Print Bed
  • 3 x CFF Nozzles
  • 3 x FFF Nozzles
  • Access to slicing software (Eiger)

The Best 3D Printer For Working Prototypes and End-Use Parts

Buying a 3D Printer requires thorough decision making, as each machine has its own capabilities and limitations. Before buying one, you should ask yourself about the mechanical properties that are required for your project.

People usually use 3D printed parts for aesthetic purposes. However, if you want to print low volume production parts, prototypes, or jigs and fixtures, you should be careful in choosing a 3D printer.

When creating working prototypes and end-use parts, the Markforged Mark Two 3D printer is ideal. This is an FDM printer suitable for 3D printing a wide variety of objects, allowing you to 3D Print parts that outperform Aluminium.

Just ensure that you follow the settings and guide provided by the  manufacturer properly when using such equipment.

It is also important that you know the different kinds of filaments used for 3D printing, as well as the capacity of the machine to handle such materials. For instance, choosing cheap 3D printers will only melt plastic filaments.

The Markforged Mark 2 uses specialist filament as it’s base materials produced in-house by Markforged to ensure seamless 3D printing. You can choose from a Nylon which emphasizes durability or Onyx (a Carbon Fibre particle infused Nylon) which adds some stiffness.

Where Markforged differ however it the addition of a Continuous Fibre between the layers of Nylon or Onyx. This can increase the strength of your part by 14x.

With Markforged Mark Two produces carbon fibre parts, which are much lighter, cheaper, and stronger than aluminium materials.

Why Buy From Solid Print3D

We are one of the biggest resellers of 3D printers in the industry, working with over 19,000 design and engineering companies, as well as businesses across all industries.

We have also partnered with the leading 3D printing manufacturers, to ensure that all our products are best in class, reliable and perform to the highest standards.

Rest assured that we will provide you with helpful tips and honest advice in every 3D printing project that you take on, whether you are a professional or new to the industry. By continuing to deliver reliable service and information, we have become the most trusted partner to many businesses.

Are you looking for the best 3D printers in the market? Here at Solid Print3D, we can help! Our helpful and friendly staff can assist you, from buying the right 3D printer for your projects to the appropriate filaments to use, and so much more!

If you are interested in a free sample or have any questions about the Markforged Mark Two cost, kindly get in touch. Use our online form at for written enquiries or give us a call at 01926 333 777.


How much is Markforged?

Printing in the base material only on the Onyx One will cost around £4,000 while the Mark Two is around £16,000. The Industrial series range from ~ £30,000 – £50,000 and the Metal X can cost around £150,000.

How much does an industrial 3D printer cost?

Usually, 3D printers cost £600, but the price varies depending on the type of 3D printer. Enthusiast’s 3D printers may cost from £1200 to £2800. Whilst professional and performance 3D printers may cost £2800 to £4800.

However, if you want an industrial 3D printer capable of producing production parts, the Markforged Mark Two is £16,000.

Can you 3D print with gold?

3D printing with gold is possible, and it has been used in traditional jewellery. However, it is usually a much more expensive process. You can opt instead, to have your model 3D printed as a wax object first and replace it by 18k gold afterwards.

How long does it take to learn 3D printing?

3D printing can be a long process, usually between 30 minutes to a whole week. Some factors, like the total size and geometry of the part, may affect the speed of the work too.

The type of 3D printer you’re using can also slow down the process, so make sure that you’re using advanced and high technology when taking on larger projects.

Is it cheaper to build or buy a 3D printer?

Building a 3 dimensional printer is unlike building a computer. Although you can build one using high-end parts, it can still be a daunting task if you are new to the world of 3D printing. There is also a possibility that it may cost more, either because of expensive parts or due to mistakes in assembly, resulting in costly repairs.

Is a 3D printer worth it?

It depends on your own goals. For instance, the Markforged Mark 2 cost is reasonable, and you can make the most out of it if you are going to use it regularly for production parts. Parts typically cost 20% when compared to a machined counterpart.

However, 3D printers are becoming much more useful for businesses and even home use. As technology progresses, getting these printers can be a great investment.

Can you make money from 3D printing?

Absolutely. If you are an artist and knows how to use a three dimensional printer, you can offer commercial services or even sell the items that you’ve made using it.

There are many clients who are in need of 3D printing services on the internet these days, so make a deal with them, or make an online shop to list your items.

What should I know before buying a 3D printer?

Before buying a 3D printer, you should consider the type of 3 dimensional printer you’re getting, as there is a wide range of options to choose from. Next, plan your budget. The price of a 3D printer will be based on its capabilities and speed when working on larger projects.

Not only that, but safety and quality should also be a priority. Always look for reviews and recommendations online to see the best 3D printer, as well as the most trusted seller out there.

Major Things To Know About Markforged Mark Two

Markforged Mk2, the second generation of the Markforged Mark One printer, is an improved 3D printer for powerful materials like carbon fibre and fibreglass. This new machine was born out of customer feedback since the launching of its first-generation 3D printer.

The Markforged Two printer can lay down fibre reinforcement materials 15 times smaller and work 40% faster than before, with incremental improvements in its software and hardware.

For the 3D printing process, this machine uses two print heads: one that builds the matrix material, nylon, and a second one which lays those parts with fibreglass or carbon fibre.

Its print bed allows you to pause printing whenever necessary, remove the bed and put in more components, then click the bed back in. This way, you can continue with the process, all while the print stays in the exact position.

The printer also comes with Eiger, a Markforged browser-based 3D printing software. Thanks to this software, its strength can be optimised by putting the reinforcement material in the best position.

3D printing machines are truly a powerful tool that can be used for new inventions, not to mention, the Markforged Mark 2 price is truly reasonable for any type of business. This new technology will greatly benefit a lot of important industries, particularly robotics and healthcare.

The Use Of Markforged Mark Two 3D Printer In The Robotics Industry

The robotics industry is constantly changing, and it is always needed in all kinds of fieldwork. For instance, media and arts need creative RoboThespians and Socibots. Museums and other world-class attractions also need innovative robotic solutions.

The methodologies for creating such robots don’t need to be stagnant, no matter how effective the current process is. For the betterment of the robotics industry, some engineers have invested in 3D printing.

By using the Markforged Mark Two three dimensional printer, engineers can take advantage of its ‘Fused Deposition Modelling’ or FDM, a method that involves a fancy hot glue gun to print layers of melted materials.

FDM allows engineers to change the properties of the parts easily by using additives like carbon fibre, kevlar, or fibreglass to the basic nylons. Thanks to this, the parts can withstand extreme environments and various elements.

3D Printing In The Healthcare Industry – How Does It Save Lives?

3D printing has paved its way into the field of medical research and will help in the creation of artificial tissues and organs.

While there are a lot of labs producing artificial tissues, it is hard for them to keep the cells alive as they need oxygen and nutrients to survive. Because of this, engineers and other professionals choose to design customised multi-vascular structures of 3D printed organs.

By using a 3D printing machine, along with efficient cell-culturing techniques and bioengineering, professionals have successfully created multi-vascular structures that were materialised in soft hydrogels.

These hydrogels can serve as lung-like networks, with entangled vessel networks that allow blood and airflow through and helping the living tissues to survive.

No matter which industry you are working in, we can help you choose the best 3D printer for your projects! Browse our website now for more information about our offers.



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