3D Printing Materials
Using Markforged™ 5th generation composite 3D printing technology, DDI, a Markforged Northwest Printing Services provider with new Metal X 3D printing capability, means we can now print metal parts for our customers in as little as 28 hours!
Using metal powder bound in a plastic matrix eliminates the safety risk of traditional metal 3D printing while enabling new features like closed-cell infill for reduced part weight and cost.
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Composite Base filaments are engineering-grade materials that print using a conventional FF (FDM-style) process. Print with them alone or with Continuous Fibers to yield strong parts. The ULTEM™ and 9085 trademarks are used under license from SABIC, its affiliates, or subsidiaries.
Continuous Fibers enable Markforged composite printers to print metal-strength parts. They cannot be used alone — however, when printed with a Composite Base, they form the backbone of a strong printed part.