Markforged Onyx Pro 3D Printer


£7,995.00 ex. VAT

£9,594.00 incl. VAT


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Markforged Onyx Pro

The Onyx Pro 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 Onyx Pro can produce strong parts suitable for a range of engineering applications such as jigs, fixings and end-use parts.

The Onyx Pro 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

Fibre Reinforcement

The Onyx Pro uses the latest Composite Filament Fabrication (CFF). It prints a design in a base material, Nylon or Onyx, which can then be reinforced with continuous glass fibre to increase the strength of the part up to 20 times.

Markforged Mark Two is ideal for home environments


The Markforged Onyx Pro 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 Onyx Pro 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 an Onyx Pro it comes with all the equipment and material to start printing straight away. Each purchase of the Onyx Pro will come with:

Access to slicing software

Material (Onyx, Fibre Glass)

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 Onyx Pro has a simple slicing software that is available online, there’s no need to download anything. Operating the Onyx Pro is simple, with easy to use touch screen display which helps with instructions, timing, material, maintenance etc.

With the Onyx Pro 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 Onyx Pro an impressive looking machine, but it consistently produces impressive looking parts.

With the Onyx Pro 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 Onyx Pro 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 Onyx Pro as a design tool creates for better and fast product iteration.

Markforged Onyx Pro 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

Fibers available:  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

  • Onyx Pro printer
  • Eiger Software (Cloud based)
  • 800cm³ reel of Onyx
  • 50cm³ reel of Fiberglass
  • 1 x True Bed Print Bed
  • Dry box
  • 3 x CFF Nozzles

Onyx. This astounding material possesses many great qualities that make it highly desirable for 3D printing purposes. If you’re wondering what makes it so special, read on:

High levels of durability

A combination of two materials, chopped Carbon Fibre and Nylon. Onyx has gained the combined strength of both. It is a remarkably durable type of thermoplastic that features high levels of stiffness, giving your 3D printed items a lot of resistance to wear and tear.

Thanks to the chopped carbon fibre added to its composition, onyx has become about 3.5 times more durable than Markforged’s standard nylon product. Not only that, but the nylon used to make onyx is specially designed to be tougher than average.

Onyx is also highly tolerant of heat and harsh chemicals. It has a heat deflection temperature as high as 145 degrees Celsius, enabling it to withstand extreme temperatures.


Onyx is also highly desirable thanks to its aesthetic quality. It was designed to look appealing while also having industrial-level strength. This makes it suitable for printing exposed parts end us parts that customers will see all the time.

Nylon, its component material, is a somewhat translucent material, which makes the inner reinforcement visible to users. This could be considered unappealing in the eyes of some.

Onyx was made primarily to improve the appearance of its nylon predecessor. It has a matte black colour instead of being translucent, giving it a sleeker, more sophisticated appearance.

Convenience in printing

Markforged has designed this material to be much easier to print that its nylon predecessor. Its strength enables it to stay rigid, even in assemblies. Buy Markforged Onyx now, and you can expect to run into fewer post-processing problems.


Onyx is an excellent material for 3D printing on its own. However, if you want to take its durability to the next level, there are many options you can use to enhance it.

Many 3D printers allow you to reinforce your onyx pieces with continuous carbon fibre, fibreglass, or kevlar layers, going above and beyond what is possible for printing plastic 3D parts.

Improved printing accuracy

3D printing does not always come out exactly how you envisioned with cheaper 3D printers. Sometimes the material warps and ends up twisted, and it may not accurately resemble your CAD model.

Onyx addresses this issue with its improved dimensional stability, which allows it to retain its shape while being printed. This lets you print things with sharper edges and larger, steeper overhangs with zero dripping, which will match the original CAD model more closely.

With all of these great qualities, onyx is genuinely one of the top 3D printing materials out there. Make sure to purchase this fantastic product from us! We offer a Markforged Onyx cost that’s hard to beat.

Markforged Onyx Pro

To help you take advantage of this incredible material, we at Solid Print3D offer the Markforged Onyx Pro desktop 3D. This is a high-end desktop 3D printer that can replicate the performance of an industrial 3D printer in your own home.

One of Markforged’s best products on the market, this amazing industrial-level piece of hardware features exceptionally high levels of precision and quality. Not only that, but you can expect a tremendous Markforged Onyx Pro price and support from us as well.


The Markforged Onyx Pro desktop 3D printer has an all-aluminium unibody enclosure that is built around an ultra-flat gantry system. Its parts are much more durable and stiffer than other 3D plastic printers. Onyx Pro printer’s base material is a mixture of nylon and chopped carbon.  These printers increase the strength of the parts by 20 through embedding continuous fibreglass between the layers of Onyx.

Onyx 3D Printing

Onyx carbon fibre is an innovative material with a beautiful surface finish, robustness, and strength.

Continuous Glass Fibre

To add strength to the base onyx material, the Markforged Onyx Pro gives users the ability to add continuous glass fibre to increase the strength up to 20 times.

Eiger software

The Markforged Onyx Pro 3D printers feature the world’s most advanced browser-based 3D Printing software. This is called “Eiger”, and it enables you to print metal and plastic parts directly from your browser to the printer. You can add strength where you need and in the direction(s) that are most important to your application.

Continuous Filament Fabrication (CFF)

CFF is designed from the combination of two materials. The merged parts are incredibly durable and versatile.


All Onyx Series printers come with a touchscreen that means it’s easy to connect to WIFI. It will start the printing process and allow you to manage and maintain your printer fully.

Quality parts

All the parts in these printers are designed by engineers and manufactured in America. That’s why every part boasts high quality, precision, and strength.

High printing performance

The printing software is easy to use in your browser, enabling high-performance printing.

Apart from the Markforged Onyx Pro 3D printer, our company has plenty of other excellent 3D printing offers on our website. Whether you need other 3D printers, consumables, resins, or filaments, you can find what you need from our store. Also, we offer top-class 3D printing and scanning services, as well as spare parts for your hardware.

We at Solid Print3D are the proud 3D printing business unit of Solid Solutions, the biggest SolidWorks reseller in the United Kingdom and one of the largest out there globally. We also provide fantastic 3D CAD to 3D print support for 19,000 design and engineering companies and counting.

Our company’s top-of-the-line products, world-class service, and helpful advice have earned us plenty of satisfied clients. Our customer base has become so large that we have gained a lot of credibility, letting us partner up with some of the top 3D printing manufacturers in both the UK and Ireland.

If you have any queries regarding our services, products, or prices, call us at 01926 333 777. For written concerns, fill out the form here: A friendly representative will get back to you as soon as possible.


Can you 3D print Kevlar?

Kevlar® is a type of material that is ideal for 3D printing purposes. This is due to its excellent flexibility and durability when compared to any other types of fibre.

If you’re looking to buy Markforged Onyx online, look into getting Kevlar for reinforcement on the Mark Two.

Can you 3D print with carbon fibre?

Yes. 3D printed carbon fibre is very strong. You can create an FDM 3D print using nylon filament or Onyx filament and sandwich a layer of carbon fibre between each layer. There’s also an option to add Kevlar or fibreglass if desired, depending on the type of three dimensional printing machine you have and your strength requirements.

How much does it cost to 3D print titanium?

One kilo of the titanium powder used in 3D printing can cost around £390. If you’re planning to have a small production run of 50 titanium products that each weigh 500 grams, you can expect to pay £9,800 for the material alone. It’s expensive!

How much is a Markforged printer?

Markforged printers, like the Markforged Onyx One 3d Printer, are high-end pieces of equipment and are more expensive than hobbyist or even some professional printers.

The price will depend on the exact model, of course, but Markforged printers tend to retail anywhere from £3,995 to £52,000 for the composite units.

What is the strongest filament?

The strongest stadalone material for desktop 3D printing is probably polycarbonate. Many people are surprised at how strong polycarbonate is.

Compared to nylon, which has 7,000 psi, polycarbonate boasts a whopping 9,800 psi of tensile strength. This makes polycarbonate perfect for manufacturing any durable, functional component. However when a continuous Carbon Fibre strand is added, like you can do with the Markforged machines, this can easily be 10 times stronger than polycarbonate.

Why is metal 3D printing so expensive?

Many people find that printing using metal is costly. These raw materials usually come in the form of a fine powder and typically cost more than £260 per kilo.

The reason these materials are so expensive is because of how they are manufactured. 3D printing with metal usually requires very high-quality powder that has a consistent particle size with little defects. To get such a result, manufacturers employ very complex and challenging methods, which in turn lead to a high price point.

Can you 3D print metal at home?

Your desktop 3 dimensional printer likely won’t be able to print metals, unfortunately. However, there are many plastic filaments out there that let you print something similar with added metal powders. There are many providers of composite metal-PLA filaments you use including a popular one from BASF which is printable on the Ultimaker S3 or S5.

Is 3D printed metal strong?

Generally, 3D printed metal can be just as strong as metal that has been manufactured by traditional means. The parts created using Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) are pretty much mechanically the same as cast metal. Additionally, a high-quality metal 3D printer can reach up to 99.5% density in terms of porosity.

Can you 3D print aluminium?

With the use of DMLS, 3D printing an aluminium model is achievable. DMLS is a very advanced form of manufacturing technology that uses powdered metal as a base material for printing. Take note, though, to use proper support structures whenever you 3D print aluminium models.

Tips to increase 3D printing success

There are several things you can do to optimise your 3D printing process and produce better results. Here are some of them:

  • Reduce supports and use angled overhangs

The fewer supports you use, the less time it takes to print and process models. But how can you set things up so you will need fewer supports?

One thing you can try is to use angled overhangs on 45 degrees or less. This will improve support removal as well as reduce the number of supports necessary.

  • Take the bandwidth of your three dimensional printing machine into account

You can make more efficient use of your printer’s bandwidth in a number of ways. For example, you can print small jobs during the day while leaving longer ones to print overnight. You can even try printing multiple parts together throughout a day to create perfectly timed builds.

  • Fillet or chamfer edges

If you fillet edges, you reduce the risk for warping since it ensures that edge transitions are smooth. This also takes away a lot of stress from the corners.

Chamfering edges, on the other hand, prevents edges from splaying out and makes it easier to remove parts. You can also make interface edges like holes fit more comfortably with chamfering.

If you’ve been having troubles with 3D printing, perhaps it’s time to get a new 3 dimensional printer. Make the most of our affordable Markforged Onyx One price, as well as the reasonable prices for our other 3D printers!

The difference between Markforged Nylon and Markforged Onyx

The nylon and onyx materials of Markforged are both excellent for 3D printing. They are plastics with a great surface and finish, as well as boasting high heat and chemical resistance. Furthermore, they can both be strengthened with Markforged’s fibre options.

But what are the differences between the two?

Nylon is a very smooth engineering thermoplastic, and it can be highly versatile. You can easily paint it or enhance it with any continuous type of fibre. Nylon is best used for non-marring work holding, repeated handling, and cosmetic pieces.

Onyx, on the other hand, is made especially for printing strong and robust parts. The stiffness you will find on onyx is equal to or even exceeds that of pure thermoplastics utilised in many professional 3D printers.

Despite being based on nylon, you can expect your onyx parts to warp much less. You can even reinforce the parts with kevlar, carbon fibre, and fibreglass. Buy Markforged Onyx if you’re printing fixtures, tooling, and end-use pieces.

No matter which material you need, our online store has what you are looking for! We offer affordable Markforged Onyx prices to all of our customers.

How to remove parts from your print bed

Removing parts from your print bed can be a daunting task if you are a beginner. Nevertheless, you can still do it effectively as long as you follow these simple steps. The only equipment you will need is a putty knife.

  • On the touchscreen of your 3 dimensional printer, select “Clear Bed”.
  • Take the print bed out of the printer.
  • Set the print bed on a flat surface and make sure that it is secure. We advise resting it against the floor or a table.
  • Start removing parts with your putty knife. Always minimise the angle between the scraper and the print bed as you do this, as scraping with a wide-angle can damage the print bed.
  • When it’s time to lift up a part, scrape from the part’s corner toward the centre. This will minimise any damage.

We at SolidPrint 3D are happy to offer you advice when using any of our amazing 3D printing products. Just give us a call, and our friendly team will do our best to assist you!

And while you’re at it, consider browsing our excellent 3D printers like the Markforged Onyx One, Ultimaker S5, and many more.



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