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Markforged FX10 3D Printer

Markforged’s FX10 industrial composite 3D printer embodies years of engineering innovation, delivering precision and strength with every print.
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For Scaling Strong Parts, Printed Right Every Time

The FX10 offers unparalleled functionality and efficiency for industrial 3D printing needs. It prints with precision at a remarkable max print speed, allowing manufacturers to scale, increase speed to market, de-risk downtime and reduce fabrication and inventory costs.

Blending powerful automation with brilliant ingenuity, the FX10 has dual print head optical sensors that use a new Vision Module to capture detailed images of calibration parts and a laser micrometer to validate in-print dimensions and power machine calibration. It produces accurate, continuous carbon fiber reinforced parts — meeting the most stringent requirements on the factory floor.

Leveraging Markforged’s additive platform, Digital Forge, the FX10 has intuitive features that let you build your ROI from the get-go.

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Key Features & Benefits

Onyx and Carbon Fiber

Whether you’re creating prototypes, functional parts, or intricate designs, Onyx and Carbon Fiber deliver unmatched quality and durability.

Heated Build Chamber

Spacious chamber heated to 60°C. Ideal for rapid, high-quality part production.

Advanced Material Chamber

Houses up to four spools in sealed compartments for filament integrity, enabling seamless material changeover and rapid loading, reducing user intervention.

Increased Max Print Speed

Print two times faster than the X7 and four times faster than the Mark Two using the FX10’s two print heads.

Eiger Software

Eiger is a cloud-based slicing software for sending and managing print jobs for all Markforged printing systems. It’s free to use. Sign up and try it today!

Simulation & Inspection Software

Harnessing Simulation and Inspection software, produce verified parts that meet stringent factory floor requirements.

Laser Automated Bed Leveling

Reduced operator interaction, making for greater confidence in print accuracy.

Vision Module for Detailed Calibration Imaging

Capture detailed images of calibration parts to assess and optimize printer performance meticulously.

Technical Specifications

Build Volume
375 x 300 x 300 mm (14.8 x 11.8 x 11.8 in)
Layer Thickness
125μm minimum, 250μm maximum
Machine Size
760 x 640 x 1,200 mm (30 x 25 x 46 in)
Machine Weight
109 kg (240 lbs.)
Power Requirements
100-120 VAC 12A / 15A or 200-240 VAC 6A / 8A

Revolutionizing Dragsters With Markforged

In the high-speed, high-stakes world of jet engine drag racing, manufacturing quality parts is a matter of life and death. Just ask Josette Roach, one of only five female jet dragster drivers in the entire world.

Josette Roach and Brian Tocci of Larsen Motorsports saw the need to create a custom steering wheel for Josette’s jet car that would fit her hands exactly. Enter Markforged, and our Simulation software, which allowed the team at Larsen to build this part with top-end accuracy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How fast is the FX10 compared to the other Markforged 3D printers like the X7 and FX20?

When it comes to fused filament fabrication (FFF) printers, many factors — like the micron setting, complexity of the print job and the printer’s capabilities — determine print speed.

Generally speaking, the FX10, set at a 250-micron turbo mode, prints about twice as fast as the X7 at a higher print quality and matches the print speed of the FX20 turbo mode. As far as the smaller desktop printers like the Mark Two, it prints eight times faster at the lowest 100-micron setting and four times faster at the highest 200-micron setting.

When the FX10 chamber is heated, can you print ULTEM™ 9085 Filament with it?
No, the FX10 is not designed to be a high-temperature printer like the FX20, which is designed to handle applications like aircraft parts. The FX10’s heated chamber is more suitable for factory floor materials.
What materials are now available for the FX10? Will other materials be added later?

Onyx and carbon fiber materials are available right now for the FX10. There will be more materials added later.

Does the FX10’s automation affect how you use the 3D printer?

No. While the FX10 has two powerful sensors in the print head, these automations enhance the printing experience.

For example, the FX10’s precision micrometer point laser scans the print bed and calibrates the machine when changes and micro abnormalities happen, which allows you to get perfect parts every time. And its built-in automation in the material storage chamber will reload spools when the active spool is exhausted.

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