Last month the Mark One carbon fiber 3D printer made a huge splash at the Solidworks World Expo, displaying a machine that prints via a process called Continuous Filament Fabrication. According to the company the prints can achieve a stiffness of 20x that of ABS and 5x stronger, essentially producing prints as strong as metal. Now the Mark One 3D Printer is available for pre-order, and they’ve also released a new video providing some further information and insight:
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