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Markforged FX20 3D Printer

The Markforged FX20 allows you to create large, robust parts geared for the harshest environments and most demanding industries, including aerospace, defense, or automotive.
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Robust Production of High-Strength, Lightweight 3D Printed Parts

The FX20 brings you a new class of industrial printing systems capable of high-temperature materials – such as Ultem – at larger build volumes and higher accuracies than ever before. Parts you build on this system can withstand high heat, flame, and harsh chemicals found in the most demanding applications. The FX20 also uses the Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR) printing technique unique to Markforged to dramatically increase part strength, providing metal-like strength straight off your machine.

The FX20 is the largest printer available from Markforged. With a print volume 5x larger than any other printer, you can bring the high strength of CFR 3D printing to your largest parts.

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Key Features & Benefits

Large Industrial Print Spools

3200CC print spools are available for longer, larger prints compared to 800CC spools in other Markforged printing systems.

Heated Build Chamber

The printer build chamber is heated to accommodate high-temperature thermoplastics.

Integrated Material Storage

Store and access multiple spools conveniently in the materials cabinet.

Print Three Materials Simultaneously

Printhead contains three nozzles to allow for a plastic, continuous fiber, and support break-away material.

Eiger Software

Eiger is cloud-based slicing software for sending and managing print jobs for all Markforged printing systems. The software is free to use; sign up and try it today!

Technical Specifications

Build Volume
Single-Nozzle: 525 x 400 x 400 mm (20.6 x 15.7 x 15.7 in)
Multi-Nozzle: 500 x 400 x 400 mm (19.7 x 15.7 x 15.7 in)
Layer Thickness
125μm minimum, 250μm maximum
Machine Size
1325 x 900 x 1925 mm (52.2 x 35.5 x 75.75 in)
Machine Weight
450 kg (1,000 lb)
Power Requirements
200-240VAC 3P+E, 24A or 347-416VAC 3P+N+E, 14A; 8 kW

Elevate Your Manufacturing With the FX20 3D Printer

Unleash the power of advanced additive manufacturing with the Markforged FX20. Engineered for industrial-grade performance, this cutting-edge 3D printer combines precision, reliability, and versatility to revolutionize your production processes.

With the ability to print high-strength parts using a variety of materials, including continuous carbon fiber, Ultem™ 9085, and Carbon Fiber for Ultem™ Filament, the FX20 empowers you to create durable, functional components for a wide range of applications. Take your manufacturing to new heights with the Markforged FX20 3D printer.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What materials can the Markforged FX20 3D printer work with?
The Markforged FX20 is compatible with a range of materials suitable for various applications, including Onyx, Onyx FR, Onyx FR-A, Continuous Carbon Fiber, Ultem™ 9085, and Carbon Fiber for Ultem™ Filament.
What is the build volume of the Markforged FX20?

The Markforged FX20 offers a generous build volume, allowing users to create large parts or multiple smaller parts in a single print run. The specific dimensions of the build volume can vary depending on the printer’s configuration.

What software is compatible with the Markforged FX20?

The Markforged FX20 is compatible with Markforged’s Eiger software, a cloud-based slicing and print preparation platform. Eiger offers intuitive tools for importing, arranging, and optimizing models for printing on the FX20, making the printing process seamless and user-friendly.

Can the Markforged FX20 print parts with high strength and durability?

Yes, the Markforged FX20 specializes in printing parts with exceptional strength and durability. By reinforcing parts with continuous fibers such as carbon fiber or Kevlar during the printing process, the FX20 produces robust components suitable for demanding applications in industries like aerospace, automotive, and manufacturing.

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