Markforged Markforged Mark Two 3D Printer (Gen 2) - No WiFi

The Markforged Mark Two 3D Printer is a professional 3D printer that creates aluminum-strength parts with patented CFR™ (Continuous Fiber Reinforcement) technology straight from your desktop. It is best-in-class for reliability and creates high-strength parts out of a variety of stiff continuous fibers and tough thermoplastics for industrial-grade performance.

  • Generates aluminum-strength parts
  • Uses Patented CFR technology
  • Compatible with thermoplastics like Onyx, TPU, PLA, and Nylon
  • Compatible with fibers like Fiberglass, Carbon Fiber, and Kevlar
  • Made in the USA
  • No-wifi option complies with specialized regulatory and IT requirements
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Markforged Mark Two


Markforged's Mark Two continuous fiber composite desktop 3D printer is capable of producing beautiful, precise parts with mechanical strength comparable to machined aluminum. For those looking to create strong, functional parts in carbon fiber, fiberglass, and kevlar-reinforced materials, the Mark Two is the best choice.

Key Features of the Markforged Mark Two 3D Printer: 

  • Generate Aluminum-strength Parts
  • Patented CFR™ (Continuous Fiber Reinforcement) Technology
  • Award-winning Professional Desktop 3D Printer
  • Compatible with continuous fiber Carbon Fiber, FiberglassFiberglass HSHT, and Kevlar
  • Best-in-Class Reliability
  • Easy to Operate and Maintain

Manufacture Aluminum-Strength Parts On Your Desktop

Parts produced on the Markforged Mark Two are reinforced with your choice of a stiff continuous fiber, making them some of the strongest parts made on a desktop printer available today.  

GIF showcasing a 52kg load dropping from 5ft onto a carbon fiber 3D printed lattice that was printed on a Markforged Mark Two 3D printer. It did not break at all.

Continuous fiber made of carbon fiber is being laid down in between Onyx strands on a Markforged 3D printer

Utilize Remarkable CFR™ Technology

The parts manufactured on the Mark Two are stiff, strong, and extremely durable thanks to Markforged's Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR™) technology which does the following in each print layer:

  • Thermoplastic forms the walls and infill with one nozzle
  • Second nozzle inlays polymer-coated continuous fiber (like carbon fiber) in user-specified leftover space between the walls & infill
  • Continuous fiber is bonded (reinforced) due to the nozzle heating and compressing the materials during the extrusion process

Continuous Reinforced Fiber 3D Printing Made Easy

Pure and simple—the Markforged Mark Two is optimized to print a variety of continuous fiber strands with Markforged Onyx, a micro carbon fiber-filled nylon material that yields accurate parts with a near-flawless surface finish. More than a million Onyx parts in the field are transforming manufacturing.

  • Onyx parts reinforced with fibers like carbon fiber have comparable strength to aluminum machined parts
  • Useful for a wide variety of applications
  • Maximize Markforged material properties using a Markforged 3D printer
A jig printed with onyx and carbon fiber CFF using a Markforged 3D printer

GIF of two beautiful Carbon Fiber Parts produced on Markforged desktop composite 3D printers

Produce Precise Polished Parts

The Mark Two produces precise parts with best-in-class surface finish thanks to Markforged spearheading production of its own in-house machines, materials, and software to create an optimal manufacturing process.

  • Precision repeatability—platform locks into place with 10µm accuracy
  • In-house materials engineered for industrial-grade results
  • In-house software optimized for accessible professional production

Machines Built to Last

Machines manufactured by Markforged, including the Mark Two 3D printer, are engineered to deliver reliability over the course of thousands of print hours.

  • Unibody aluminum chassis
  • Precision-machined components
  • Manufacturing-grade results
  • Designed by engineers for engineers
Multiple 3D printed parts being lowered on the platform of a Markforged 3D printer

Markforged Eiger software on a laptop for a Markforged 3D printer

Physical Inventory Turned Digital

No need for physical storage—Eiger™, Markforged's secure browser-based software, has a cloud-based storage system allowing you to print whatever and however many parts you need on demand from your digital library.

  • Store and access parts effortlessly anywhere
  • Prepare parts with a single click or drill deeply into part settings
  • Produce your inventory with the thermoplastics, composites, fibers, and metals by Markforged

Press Print. Forge Parts.

Print industrial parts at the speed of software with the Digital Forge—Markforged's platform of in-house software, materials, and hardware designed to make production simple and streamlined.

  • Prepare your parts with Eiger
  • Use top-quality Markforged materials
  • Forge the best possible prints out of Markforged materials with your Markforged Mark Two
3 step process of the The Digital Forge for Markforged 3D printers

Continuous Fiber Reinforcement, Made Easy

Image of a part from design to use when produced on a Markforged 3D printer

Which Markforged 3D Printer is Right for Me?

Markforged has fine-tuned its robust line of 3D printers to have a solution for every desktop user - here are some quick Markforged 3D printer features at a glance: 

  • Markforged Onyx One: single extrusion workhorse that prints a blend of nylon and chopped carbon for stronger and stiffer parts - entry-level starting at $6,490.
  • Markforged Onyx Pro: all the features of the Onyx One, but with the ability to use CFR technology for continuous fiber-reinforced printing, and more material capabilities - starting at $9,600.
  • Markforged Mark Two: the most advanced Markforged desktop 3D printer available, the Mark Two is capable of making parts with unparalleled durability and has the widest material compatibility of the Desktop Composite 3D Printer series - starting at $17,490.

What are the Differences Between Markforged Desktop Composite 3D Printers?

Markforged Onyx One Desktop Composite 3D Printer Markforged Onyx Pro Desktop Composite 3D Printer Markforged Mark Two Desktop Composite 3D Printer
Model Onyx One Onyx Pro Mark Two
Price $6,490 $9,600 $17,490
Patented CFR™
Compatible Materials
Precise PLA
Smooth TPU 95A
Fiberglass CFF
HSHT Fiberglass CFF
Carbon Fiber CFF
Aramid Fiber
(Kevlar®) CFF
Build Volume
(W x D x H)
320 x 132 x 154 mm
(12.6" x 5.2" x 6")
320 x 132 x 154 mm
(12.6" x 5.2" x 6")
320 x 132 x 154 mm
(12.6" x 5.2" x 6")
Machine Dimensions
(W x D x H)
584 x 330 x 355mm
(23" x 13" x 14")
584 x 330 x 355mm
(23" x 13" x 14")
584 x 330 x 355mm
(23" x 13" x 14")
Weight 16kg (35lbs) 16kg (35lbs) 16kg (35lbs)
Z Layer Resolution 100 µm - 200 µm 100 µm - 200 µm 100 µm - 200 µm
Power Requirements 100-240VAC
150W (2A peak)
150W (2A peak)
150W (2A peak)

What Comes with the Markforged Mark Two 3D Printer?

Without Wi-Fi* With Wi-Fi
(No Wi-Fi) (Wi-Fi) Mark Two Desktop Composite 3D Printer
Dry Box
Maintenance Tools
Print Removal Tools
Spare Nozzles (x3)
(Fiber and Plastic)
Extra Plastic Load Tube
Plastic and Fiber Bed
Leveling Shims
Anti-Seize Lubricant
Wifi Antennae

*The no-wifi version is built to comply with specialized regulatory and IT requirements.

*NOTE: Materials are not included with the purchase of Markforged printers. Please check out our recommended products to find materials that would work with this printer.

What are the Technical Specifications of the Markforged Mark Two 3D Printer?

Technology Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) with patented CFR
(Continuous Fiber Reinforcement) technology
Assembly Fully-Assembled
Desktop-friendly Yes
(L × W × H)
584 x 330 x 355mm3
(23 x 13 x 14in3)
Weight 16kg (35 lbs)
Build Volume
(W × D × H)
320 x 132 x 154mm3
(12.6 x 5.2 x 6in3)
Filament Diameter 1.75mm - Plastic & Nylon
0.38mm - Carbon Fiber
0.34mm - Kevlar & Fiberglass 
Extrusion System Second-generation extruder, out-of-plastic detection
# of Nozzles 2
Nozzle Diameter(s) 0.4mm (Plastic Nozzle)
0.9mm (Fiber Nozzle)
Nozzle Type(s) 1 x Plastic Nozzle
1 x Fiber Nozzle
Default Layer Resolution 100 μm
Max Layer Resolution 200 μm
Dimensional Accuracy (XY) ± 250 μm
Dimensional Accuracy (Z) ± 1 μm
Infill Closed cell infill (multiple geometries available)
Print Bed Kinematic coupling — flat to within 160 μm
Fully Enclosed Yes
Plastics Onyx
Precise PLA
Fibers1 Carbon Fiber
Software Eiger Cloud (Basic)*
Cloud Browser-Based Yes - Google Chrome
Security Two-factor authentication, org admin access, single sign-on
Paid Subscription Required Basic - No
Essential - Yes*
Advanced - Yes*
On-Prem - Yes*
Operating System 64-bit
OS compatibility Mac OS 11 or later, Windows 10 or later
Supported File Types STL
Supported Output File Types MFP (MarkForged Print)
LCD Screen Touchscreen
RF Module Operating Band 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Standards 802.11 b/g/n
Connectivity WiFi** / USB / Ethernet
Operating Voltage 100–240 VAC, 150 W (2 A peak)
Warranty Period 12 Months

1 Continuous carbon fiber data. Note: The following tensile specifications are approximate and subject to change without notice:
- Tensile Strength: 800 MPa (25.8x ABS, 2.6x 6061-T6 Aluminum)
- Tensile Modulus: 60 GPa (26.9x ABS, 0.87x 6061-T6 Aluminum)
* All Markforged 3D Printers come with Eiger software at the Basic tier along with 1 year of free, limited additional features from the Premium tier of the Digital Forge Subscription. Interested in higher-tier subscriptions? Email
** Unavailable on the No WiFi version.


Do you offer training and installation services for Markforged machines and software?

Yes! We can arrange training, installation, and more. Please reach out to for more information.

Can I use third-party materials with Markforged desktop 3D printers?

It is not recommended to use materials outside of Markforged to print on these machines. Markforged's filaments are developed, tested, and manufactured by them specifically to create a complete system of materials and machines to ensure your parts meet the expected professional quality and performance.

What support materials can I use on a Markforged desktop 3D printer?

Use the same material used for your part. Eiger, Markforged's proprietary 3D printing software included with every Markforged 3D printer, automatically creates the supports. The supports that are generated and produced are easily removed by hand or with small needle nose pliers.

Which slicers are compatible with Markforged 3D printers?

Eiger, Markforged's self-developed 3D printing software, ensures your prototyping, fixturing, and end-use parts production workflow is intuitive and efficient.

Do I have to pay for an Eiger subscription?

No. Eiger (Basic) is free and available with every Markforged 3D printer.

- For additional features and perks, a paid subscription will be required at higher tiers. Reach out to if you need other requirements such as an offline software workflow or additional management tools.

What's the heated bed temperature on the Markforged desktop 3D printers?

The Markforged desktop 3D printers do not have heated beds (or heated chambers). These machines are fully enclosed and the heat emanating from the hotend work together to create the right environment for your parts to be produced in.

Do Markforged composite desktop 3D printers require ventilation?


Why should I consider using fiber infill?

Combining continuous fiber infill with additive FDM technology allows you to create strong, stiff parts that are lightweight and have the additional benefits of being able to be produced at a relatively affordable cost and on-the-fly, quick turnaround from your benchtop.

Why is there a "No WiFi" version?

The "No WiFi" version is ideal for users working with proprietary information and/or who function under an organization that has specific specialized regulatory and IT requirements.

Is maintenance required for Markforged 3D printers?

Like any machine, Markforged requires periodic maintenance to ensure peak operation. This includes but is not limited to standard procedures such as changing the tubes and the print nozzles for each material, keeping the machine clean, cleaning (and re-gluing) the bed after each print, and tensioning the belts when.

- Perk with Markforged: The printer will track and remind you when you need to perform maintenance!

Which Markforged desktop 3D printer has the widest material compatibility range?

The Markforged Mark Two

Which Markforged desktop 3D printer is ideal for users with a strict budget and who just want to print Onyx?

The Markforged Onyx One

Which Markforged desktop 3D printer is the perfect model that is between price points and functionality?

The Markforged Onyx Pro

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