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  1. #31
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    Im sure they will keep the mixture to themselves.

  2. #32
    From what they say, the Carbon Fiber filament is 5 times stronger than traditional ABS. So I guess the strength is there

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    Oct 2013
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    Carbon Fiber, like Fiberglass, get most of it's strength by overlaying fibers and gluing them together. With the size it would have to be ground to fit through an extractor, I am not sure how strong it is really going to be?

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    I see some use in embedding fabric threads in a filament to be able to create very thin and flexible lattice-like structures or produce certain heterogeneous mechanical properties in a part. We could print flexible structures with fabric-like strength and properties. So I am wondering if it is possible to create such a material for the Markforged printers, or are there any plans to do so?

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    Is Markforged printer really good and how much fuel consumption it?

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