ONYX-PRO

ONYX PRO ONYX/CONTINUOUS FIBREGLASS
$ 10,474.00
(Ex GST)

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Welcome to the best, most accessible desktop 3D printer designed uniquely to print beautiful carbon black parts, that can also be reinforced with fibreglass. Start with Onyx filament and create parts for a wide variety of applications using our acclaimed Onyx chopped carbon fiber filament. Step up to reinforcement with the impressive strength of adding continuous fiberglass for strong composite parts.

The Onyx Pro, with a second print head exclusively for continuous fiberglass, is your entry to seriously strong reinforced composite parts that Markforged is known for.

Product Outline
Build Volume 320 mm x 132 mm x 154 mm
Highest Layer Resolution 100 Microns
Plastic Filament Onyx
Fibre Filament Fibreglass
Software Eiger, our browser based 3D printing software. Eiger runs on any computer and is designed to be easy to use. So you can get printing quickly.

The Onyx Pro Kit includes:

  • Onyx Pro 3D Printer
  • Eiger software
  • 800 cm3 Onyx Filament
  • 50 cm3 Fibreglass Filament
  • 3 x FFF quick-change nozzle
  • 3 x CFF quick-change nozzle
  • 1 x additional print bed

Markforged Onyx Material

Markforged's Onyx is a beautiful black filament made from combining tough nylon with micro-carbon reinforcement. Onyx gives you stiff and dimensionally stable engineering grade parts, with twice the strength of other 3D printed plastics. Onyx parts have a high quality surface finish and high heat tolerance.

Markforged Fibreglass Filament

Markforged Fiberglass for the Onyx Pro is a continuous fiber designed to reinforce Onyx. Parts containing fiberglass give you 5 times the strength of Onyx parts alone in addition to other properties not found anywhere else in 3D printing. Use for a wide variety of strong, robust parts.

Powerful Eiger Software

3D printing with is as much about the software as it is about the unique technology of the printers.  Markforged Eiger software is both powerful and easy to use in your browser, importing your drawing and slicing it for high strength printing.