If you have been interested in the world’s first carbon fiber 3D printer that has been created in the form of the Mark One, which we featured here on Geeky Gadgets last month.
You will be pleased to learn that the carbon fibre 3D printer is now available to pre-order for just under $5000. The Mark One carbon fiber 3D printer was unveiled at the SolidWorks World convention in San Diego and can been seen in action in the video below.
As well as being able to print with carbon fiber the Mark One 3D printer is also capable of printing with fiberglass, nylon and PLA materials when required and uses a self-leveling printing bed.
“When you don’t need the world’s strongest material, the Mark One 3D prints a range of other materials to help professionals design and iterate quickly. Make super tough parts with our Nylon Filament. Or load our tried and true, low-cost PLA filament for those quick form and fit prints. And if you need the best cost-to-strength solution, crank out a print using our exclusive Fiberglass Filament that uses the same patented Continuous Filament Fabrication.”
For more information on the new Mark One carbon fiber 3D printer jump over to the Mark Forged 3D website for details. Shipping for the new Mark One carbon fiber printer will commence in the second half of this year.
Source: Tech CrunchFiled Under: Technology News, Top News