Fused Deposition Modeling

Filament-Based 3D Printing

Fused deposition modeling (FDM) is a technology where the melt extrusion method is used to deposit filaments of thermal plastics according to a specific pattern. Similar to 3DP, the layout for FDM consists of a print head able to move along X and Y directions above a build platform. The polymer is extruded through the heated nozzle and laid down as filaments according to the CAD design

Filament-based 3D Printing

Fused deposition modeling (FDM) is a technology where the melt extrusion method is used to deposit filaments of thermal plastics according to a specific pattern. Similar to 3DP, the layout for FDM consists of a print head able to move along X and Y directions above a build platform. The polymer is extruded through the heated nozzle and laid down as filaments according to the CAD design

Manufacturing

The creation of concept models used in early stages of product development. FDM models reduce costs and shorten development timelines, FDM Technology makes it possible to get the products to market faster

Functional Prototypes

The creation of functional prototypes for testing purposes. These prototypes allow to test in real world environments and make decisions that have a dramatic effect on the cost to manufacture to the product

Fabrication

Fabrication of end-use parts. Without the expense and lead time of traditional tooling or machining, FDM produces end-use parts tough enough for integration into the final product. Ideal for building small quantities of parts while waiting for tooling

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