January 29, 2014
With a new technology that they have named Composite Filament Fabrication CFF, the Mark One can use carbon fiber and fiberglass as materials, and can also print on more “traditional” materials such as PLA, ABS or nylon.
With composite materials, the resolution of the Mark One is 200 microns, well off the standard, while with simple materials it is 100 microns. All this with a maximum printing volume of 305 x 160 x 160 mm and occupying 322 x 360 x 575 mm.
via Mark One, the 3D printer capable of printing with carbon fiber | The Inquirer ES.
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