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Phillips Corporation Offers FX20 Demos

Phillips Corporation is inviting manufacturers to see a demonstration of the Markforged FX20 at Phillips' showroom in Colfax, NC.

Markforged's new flagship printer enables manufacturers to print larger builds much faster and with new materials. The FX20 pairs size and throughput-making larger parts at high speeds.

The FX20 prints high-temperature, high-strength thermoplastics, starting with ULTEM 9085 Filament, in combination with Markforged's proprietary Continuous Fiber Reinforcement printing technology, for higher performance parts that can meet the needs of demanding industries such as aerospace, defense, automotive and oil & gas.

"The FX20 is a game changer. It is bigger, better, faster and stronger. Combining ULTEM 9085 Filament with Continuous Fiber Reinforcement will unlock new potential in large format parts," said John Harrison, Global Director of Additive for Phillips Corporation. "We could not be more pleased to take delivery of one of the first FX20 systems. I look forward to showing the full capabilities of this printer to our clients."

"We are looking forward to providing our customers with hands-on experience where they can witness the full potential of the FX20," said Shai Terem, President and CEO of Markforged. "With this new technology and materials, our customers will be able to push the limits of the Digital Forge to the next level of production of high-value mission critical applications."

To schedule a demo of the FX20, visit

For more information contact:

Phillips Corporation

8500 Triad Drive

Colfax, NC 27235


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