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- Motion System
- Print Head
- Build Chamber
- Material Drawer
Massive, fully heated, and optimized for speed. Go>
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Integrated Material Handling
Simple. Robust. Reliable.
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Dual convection heaters
The FX20 can heat its chamber to 200℃ while maintaining high thermal uniformity.
The FX20 is the only Markforged printer capable of reinforcing ULTEM™ 9085 Filament with continuous fiber.
Verified flat aluminum print bed
A flat aluminum vacuum bed provides the base for print sheets.
A fully automated self-calibration routine eliminates the need to level the bed or set machine offsets.
Designed for fast printing
An inboard extrusion motor paired with printhead components designed for rapid heating and fast extrusion deliver high print speeds without sacrificing quality or reliability.
Easily swappable modules
Each print module has its own PCBA and contains storage and calibration for turnkey swapping.
Three nozzle design
The FX20 uses three print modules — two for plastic and one for continuous fiber. The dual plastic nozzles enable printing dedicated Support for ULTEM™ Filament.
FX20 is capable of using our standard 800cc spools or our new 3200cc XL spools for extended uninterrupted runtime.
Dedicated Material Bays
Each material bay is fully sealed and contains a moisture sensor capable of measuring down to 10ppm, or 0.04% relative humidity. bays A1 and A2 both feed to nozzle A, and bays B1 and B2 feed to nozzle B.
Two active spools
The FX20 is the first Markforged printer able to print with two polymer spools simultaneously — enabling printing with dedicated ULTEM™ Support material.
Motors at the inlet of each material bay feed material to the extruder, delivering a seamless material load experience.
High-resolution linear encoders
The FX20 features closed loop position control on all axes with 2μm resolution linear encoders.
Engineered for precision motion control with the stiffness and thermal stability to enable high-speed printing at elevated temperatures.
Closed loop extrusion control
Optical sensors in the bellows detect Filament feed rate in real time, enabling precise control of the extruder.
Material feed system
Filaments are fed from the material cabinet to the top chamber, where they are routed with fiber through the energy chain.
High-powered servo motors
To drive the larger print head at high speed, the FX20 swaps stepper motors for three high-powered servos.
ULTEM™ and 9085 trademarks are used under license from SABIC, its affiliates or subsidiaries.