Official UK Launch of the Mark One Composite 3D Printer

10 June 2015  |  Sabina Gonzalez-George
Mark One Composite 3D Printer

We are pleased to announce the official UK launch of the new Mark One Composite 3D Printer on Monday 22 June, 2015.


The launch will be held at the Institute for Innovation in Sustainable Engineering (IISE), in Derby, a fantastic facility developed by the University of Derby that supports advanced manufacturing and engineering companies, of which CREAT3D is a partner.
The 3D printing event will showcase the latest technology developments in the desktop 3D printer market including the launch of the new Mark One Composite 3D which brings high strength 3D printing in Nylon and Reinforced Fibres.


The revolutionary Mark One 3D Printer uses FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) and CFF (Composite Filament Fabrication) to print functional nylon parts with the ability to add reinforced fibres in Carbon Fibre, Kevlar or Fibreglass, at low cost. This creates an unparalleled ability to create not only advanced prototypes, but also high strength end-use parts, that can have components embedded in them during the print process. 

The event will provide you with an insight into the latest 3D printing technology developments, the opportunity to see the new Mark One in action, and to consult with the CREAT3D team of experts. There will also be a selection of other desktop 3D printers showcasing a range of capabilities.


There are two available sessions:
Morning Session:      10.30 – 12.30       (Event starts at 11.00)
Afternoon Session:  13.30 – 15.30       (Event starts at 14.00)
If you would like to attend the event, please email and advise of your preferred session. Spaces are limited.

Full event details will be provided upon confirmation of your attendance by the CREAT3D Team.


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