Markforged X7 3D Printer


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    Markforged X7

    The Markforged X7 is an industrial printer that uses Continuous Fiber Reinforcement technology to create lightweight, extremely strong end-use parts. It has the largest build volume in the Markforged range and has automatic bed leveling to ensure quality is consistent.

    The X7 is compatible with Markforged’s Blacksmith software. A highly intelgient AI software that preforms quality control tasks and adjusts the printers settings to ensure quality is never comprised.

    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.



    Continuous filament fabrication:

    The Markforged X7 features CFF technology, which is made by the combination of two materials; a base material with chopped high strength fibres and a continuous layer of high strength filament.

    Each material adds desirable mechanical properties, including strength & durability but can include temperature or chemical resistance. The unique fabrication method enables you to print parts which are as strong as Aluminium and far stronger than normal 3D printed objects.

    Exterior Shell:

    The exterior of Markforged X7 is made up of Onyx plastic, which is the world’s most capable plastic for 3D printing. It is designed to combine the toughness and durability of Nylon with the strength of composites and dimensional stability.

    Unique Interior Reinforcement:

    Markforged Printed parts are unique continuous carbon fibre parts which are stronger than 6061 Aluminium, 40% lighter and they can stand up to the toughest applications. These are perfect to manufacture jaws, tooling, and end-use parts.

    Built-in Laser:

    To ensure dimensional accuracy for the most critical tolerances, laser inspection scans the print bed with 1µm accuracy. It also ensures reliable performance with breakthrough quality and precision time after time.


    The Markforged X7 has a 4.3-inch touch screen with Cloud-connected software which offers an incredibly user-friendly interface. Material run-out detection plus material usage tracking, helps in monitoring and reduction of waste.

    Eiger Software:

    This printer has Eiger software which is the world’s most advanced 3D printing software. It enables the users to print plastic, metal, and composite parts straight from the browsers to your printer.

    The Markforged X7’s Other Qualities:

    The build volume of the X7 is 330 × 270 × 200mm with a weight of 48 kg and a resolution of 50µm.

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    Technology:  Continuous fiber reinforcement (FFF)

    Z layer resolution:  50 – 250 microns

    Power requirements:  100-240V 150W

    Plastic available: Onyx, Onyx FR, Onyx ESD, Nylon White

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

    Laser:  In-process inspection, active print calibration, bed leveling

    Printer dimensions:  584 x 483 x 914 mm

    Build volume:  330 x 270 x 200 mm

    Weight:   48 kg

    Connectivity:  Wifi, USB and Ethernet

    Print bed:  Precision ground composite

    Blacksmith software:  Available (check it out here)

    What's Included

    • Markforged X7 3D Printer
    • 1 x Onyx Filament Spool – 800cm³
    • 1 x Fibreglass Filament Spool – 50cm³
    • 1 x Carbon Fibre Spool – 150cm³
    • 1 x Kevlar Spool – 50cm³
    • 1 x High Temp Fibreglass Spool – 50cm³
    • 1 x True Bed Build Plate
    • 3 x CFF Quick-Change Nozzles
    • 3 x FFF Quick-Change Nozzles
    • Markforged Cloud & Local Storage Options
    • Markforged Exclusive Eiger Features


    Continuous filament fabrication:

    The X7 Markforged features CFF technology, which involves the combination of two materials: a base material with chopped high strength fibres and a continuous layer of high-strength filament.

    Each material adds desirable mechanical properties, including strength and durability, as well as temperature and chemical resistance. The unique fabrication method enables you to print parts that are as strong as aluminium and far stronger than standard 3D printed objects.

    Exterior Shell:

    The exterior of the Markforged X7 printer is made up of Onyx plastic, which is the world’s most capable plastic for 3D printing. It is designed to combine the toughness and durability of nylon with the strength and dimensional stability of composites.

    Unique Interior Reinforcement:

    Markforged prints unique, continuous carbon fibre parts that are stronger yet 40% lighter than 6061 aluminium. They can stand up to the toughest applications. These parts are perfect for manufacturing jaws, tooling, and end-use parts.

    Built-in Laser:

    Laser inspection scans parts with 1µm accuracy to ensure dimensional accuracy for the most critical tolerances. You can expect reliable performance with optimal quality and precision time-after-time.


    The Markforged X7 has a 4.3-inch touchscreen with cloud-connected software, which offers an incredibly user-friendly interface. Material run-out detection and usage tracking help in monitoring and reducing waste.

    Eiger Software:

    This printer has Eiger software, which is the world’s most advanced 3D printing software. It enables users to print plastic, metal, and composite parts straight from their browser.

    A 3D printer can offer a lot of benefits, whether you’re a creative hobbyist or entrepreneur. If you’re worried about the Markforged X7 cost, we work with your to justify the purchase by running through a detailed Return On Investment Study with you.


    Why Buy From Us?

    Here at Solid Print3D, you can find a wide variety of 3D printing machines, whether you need a substantial industrial printer or a small desktop printer for personal use.

    We are one of the largest resellers of 3D printers, scanners, filaments, accessories, and so much more! By working with us, you will receive honest advice and valuable information about 3D printing from our professional staff.

    Because of the world-class products and excellent customer service that we offer, Solid Print3D has become one of the most trusted sellers in the 3D printing industry, particularly in the UK and Ireland.

    With our sister company Solid Solutions, this enables us to work with over 18,000 design and engineering companies, and we are hoping that you will join us too!

    If you are interested in our offers, you can get in touch by filling out our contact form at or by giving us a call on 01926 333 777.


    The Different Uses Of 3D Printing

    3D printers are one of the most influential inventions in recent times. These machines have been used by various manufacturing companies since the 1980’s. However, more and more industries are using them, and they’re even becoming popular for personal use.

    3D printing is having a considerable impact on the healthcare industry. As 3D printers are typically used to create prototypes, the medical industry has decided to use them to produce replicas of human anatomy, so that medical students don’t need cadavers to learn about the human body.

    Moreover, surgeons use these replicas as a method of preparation by reviewing what needs to be done before surgery, decreasing the chances of making mistakes. Not only are 3D printers used to create replicas, they’re also used to create implantable organs, such as kidneys, livers, heart valves, and more.

    Aside from replicas, 3D printers are also used to create cheaper but functional prosthetic limbs to help people who are in need.

    Another industry that benefits from 3D printers is the fashion industry. These machines allow designers to create stylish, customised products like jewellery, shoes, dresses, and more. They’re also used for interior designing, producing artistically-inspired furniture without sacrificing durability.

    Organisations in cultural and archaeological preservation also use them to rebuild and replace heritage buildings and artefacts that were destroyed in the war or because of a natural disaster.

    As touched upon earlier, 3D printers are becoming more popular for home use. These machines can be used for DIY projects around your house, such as creating customised bookends, doorstops, or anything else you would like to create!

    Artists and designers can easily turn their digital artworks into physical objects such as sculptures and figurines, either for selling or just for fun.

    Lastly, 3D printers can improve the environment. 3D printing allows people to create objects wherever they are, which reduces the need for goods to be transported via land or air. This will positively impact the environment, reducing emissions from vehicles and aeroplanes.

    So, whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional, getting yourself a 3D printer will come in handy.




    How much is Markforged?

    Markforged Industrial 3D printers are available from ~ £4,000 to £150,000. The price may vary depending on the type of Markforged printer, with varieties ranging from the Markforged Onyx One 3D printer to Metal X printer, and many more.

    Can any 3D printer print carbon fibre?

    Carbon fibre is mostly used in 3D printing; however, not all 3D printers can use this filament. Continuous Carbon fibre is the strongest material that you can use for your project and should not be confused with chopped Carbon Fibre.

    How is metal 3D printed?

    Metal is 3D Printed by Markforged using a 3 stage process. 1 – The part is printed via metal/ plastic filament. 2 – the part is put into a de-binding wash and 3 – it is baked in a furnace.

    What 3D printer should I buy in 2020?

    By reading any Markforged X7 review online, you can see that it’s one of the best there is in the market. This printer rapidly accelerates your production while maintaining a high quality product. 3D printing is very convenient for projects with tight deadlines.

    Can you 3D print Kevlar?

    Kevlar is one of the best materials used in a 3 dimensional printer. It is tough, lightweight, and much more malleable than other fibres, making it the most sought-after fibres for applications requiring durability. Before buying Kevlar, make sure that your 3D printer is compatible with this type of material.

    Can you 3D print fibreglass?

    Fibreglass filaments are regularly used in a Markforged 3 dimensional printer because they are around 50% cheaper than Carbon fibre, But also 50% less strong. Fibreglass is also 11 times stiffer than ABS, making it the perfect entry-level Continuous Fibre for 3D printing.

    Is carbon fibre stronger than titanium?

    There are a lot of different types of carbon fibre, meaning it can’t be compared to titanium. Some of them are stronger than others. Some can conduct heat more than others. However, when it comes to carbon fibre polymer composite, titanium is much stronger.

    What is the strongest 3D printer filament?

    Polycarbonate or PC is referred to as the strongest 3D printer filament. It can resist physical impact and heat up to 110°C. The final product using this filament is a durable 3D printed item that can last for a long time. However, the rise of Carbon reinforced Nylons has led to a much stiffer solution.

    Can you make money from 3D printing?

    The Markforged X7 3D printer price is relatively low for an industrial 3D printer, making it a great product if you want to enter the commercial 3D printing industry and sell the items you’ve made. There are a lot of websites where you can list your 3D printed items or even take bespoke order requests from customers! Likewise, you can offer 3D printing services to companies who need it.

    How much does a desktop metal printer cost?

    Desktop metal 3D printers are becoming more popular these days. If you are interested in this type of printer, you can find a minimal build printer with great capabilities for around £150,000. This cheap compared to just 5 years ago when the price were closer to £500,000.

    If you search on Google “how much is a three dimensional printer”, you can browse our products to find high-quality 3D desktop printers at reasonable prices.

    Can the Markforged X7 Be Available For Use In Print Farm?

    Markforged Mark X7 can be used as part of a Print Farm, along with other Markforged printers like Metal X.

    Print Farms are a group of 3D printing machines, working together to produce a huge number of items quickly and easily – a great way for businesses to upscale their operations. It is also a more economical approach, as you can purchase multiple 3D printers for a reduced price and build redundancy into the system.

    However, to make this successful, you will need to have a balanced Print Farm. The Markforged X7 price is reasonable, making it ideal for use in Print Farms, along with Mark Two’s and Onyx Pro’s maximum results. All these machines can be managed via cloud-based software.

    As for metal 3D printing, you can print with H13 tool steel, 17-4PH stainless steel, as well as A2 steel. And since technology is ever-changing, it is likely that there will be more types of steel that you can use in the future for a stronger 3D printed object.


    The Contribution of 3D Printing In The Energy Industry

    The energy industry has several companies that own turbines, generators, and compressors worldwide, keeping homes and businesses up and running. However, such businesses can struggle from time-to-time due to unforeseen problems.

    For instance, if gas turbines need an emergency repair, engineers need to effectively maintain the system by cutting these turbines using a circular saw. The challenge here is that some properties have a complex, contoured design, which is why the energy industry needs to look for another efficient approach in such situations.




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