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Soft Jaws 3D Printed
Robotic End-of-Arm Tooling 3D Printed
Extension of Haas Chip Auger 3D Printed

Markforged Industrial Metal 3D Printer


Phillips Federal has partnered with Markforged to bring their innovative portfolio of additive technologies to the field paired with Phillips Federal’s trusted service and expertise.

Phillips Federal offers the complete Markforged Digital Forge Platform, including a suite of industry-leading 3D printers, industrial-grade 3D printing materials (metals, composites, and continuous fibers), and enterprise software designed to streamline your workflow and productivity. 

With its ability to perform rapid prototyping, print soft jaws and produce functional parts from a variety of materials, the Digital Forge is an ideal companion to your Haas machines.


The Power of
3D Printing

Siemens Manufacturing

3D Printing
Soft Jaws



The Digital Forge

The full-service platform developed to take you from design to part at the speed of software.

Markforged 3D Printers

Metal X​

The most accessible way to fabricate complex metal parts in the widest variety of advanced metals.​


Engineered to deliver maximum strength, accuracy, and consistency.


The only way to get industrial-grade parts in hand in hours.

Onyx Pro

The workhorse professional 3D printer for Continuous Fiberglass Reinforced parts.

Mark Two

The only way to make aluminum-strength parts on your desktop.

Markforged Materials

17-4 PH Stainless Steel

Reduce lead times for metal tools, fixtures, and prototypes.


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

Carbon Fiber

The backbone of aluminum-strength composite parts.

Enterprise Software


Dynamic additive manufacturing software that enables you to 3D print any part on-demand at the point of need.


Blacksmith makes manufacturing machines 'aware' by connecting machines that make parts and inspection equipment.


Markforged University is a multi-day certification program for engineers and managers that accelerates mastery of Markforged Composite and Metal 3D printing technology, enabling companies to realize the full potential of their investment and ensure successful adoption. Realize the full potential of your technology investment by scaling AM mastery across your organization and maximize your machines impact by learning to identify the best problems to solve with additive manufacturing.

Learn from the industry’s experts how to get the most value out of your Markforged machine by attending the certification program online, on-premises or at the Markforged headquarters in Watertown, MA.

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