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The two prints above are a somewhat complex print, because they are thin walled, have some steep overhangs, utilize bridging, and have some complex curves. This print is an active duct cooling fan from Thingiverse. Both prints are kept as-is, with no cleaning from the plate.
On the left (or first, if you're on mobile) is the FFCP version. On the right is the Mark Forged Mark Two version.
From an external standpoint, it's obvious that the Mark Forged Mark Two design is based on the then open source Makerbot design, as-is the FlashForge Creator Pro. Technically, according to the GPL, both should then be also open-sourced designs. The FlashForge printer is running Sailfish, which is open source. Odds are very, very good that the Mark Forged firmware is also based on open source software (especially the kinematics).
The FlashForge is open source, and the Mark Forged is closed source.