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Streamlining the Production Process with Phillips Opto

Markforged with Phillips Corporation

3D Printing Materials

Industrial-grade 3D printing materials engineered for Markforged printers.


Metal Our metal filaments combine the simplicity and safety of FFF printing with the superior properties of advanced metals, bringing metal 3D printing to your benchtop.

17-4 PH Stainless Steel

Reduce lead times for metal tools, fixtures, and prototypes


Conductive, ductile metal optimized for thermal and electrical operations

Inconel 625

Nickel-based superalloy for strength and corrosion resistance at high temperatures

H13 Tool Steel

Versatile hot work tool steel for manufacturing operations

A2 and D2 Tool Steel

Cold work tool steels optimized for a wide variety of manufacturing applications


Composite Base filaments are engineering-grade materials that print using a conventional FFF (FDM-style) process. Print with them alone or with Continuous Fibers to yield strong parts. The ULTEM™ and 9085 trademarks are used under license from SABIC, its affiliates or subsidiaries.


Micro carbon fiber filled nylon that forms the foundation of Markforged composite parts

Onyx FR

Certified UL 94 V-0 rated flame-retardant micro carbon fiber filled nylon

Onyx ESD

Stronger, stiffer, and ESD-resistant Onyx variant for industrial applications

ULTEM 9085 Filament

Ultra high performance PEI thermoplastic compatible with continuous carbon fiber

Precise PLA

A cost-effective thermoplastic for design validation


Smooth engineering thermoplastic that can be easily painted or dyed

Continuous Fiber

Continuous Fibers enable Markforged composite printers to print metal-strength parts. They cannot be used alone — however, when printed with a Composite Base, they form the backbone of a strong printed part.

Carbon Fiber

The backbone of aluminum-strength composite parts

Carbon Fiber FR

The backbone of flight-ready 3D printed composites

Aramid Fiber (Kevlar®)

Tough, highly compliant Continuous Fiber for high-impact applications made with Dupont™ Kevlar® Fiber

HSHT Fiberglass

Thermally resistant Continuous Fiber for strong parts in high-temperature environments


Entry-level Continuous Fiber for industrial applications

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