Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology works with custom 3D printers and production grade thermoplastics to create strong, durable and dimensionally stable parts with the best accuracy and repeatability of any 3D printing technology. FDM technology is one of the most widely used additive manufacturing technologies.
FDM 3D Printer; It is a professional system. The FDM 3D Printer system produces the 3D model by heating the real engineering material in the form of filaments, making it melt in the head, and dripping layer by layer on the production table. In order to remove the support materials of the produced model, the part is kept in a solution tank. The part separated from the support material is ready for the 3d printing post processing process.
Post-processing can be applied to the parts produced with FDM 3D Printer technology. As requested, processes such as sanding for surface smoothing, primer to make it ready for painting, painting or coloring, polishing and coating depending on the RAL code can be applied to the part. FDM 3D Printer systems; It is preferred for prototype production, rapid prototyping, low-volume production, functional parts and direct end-user part requirements of different sectors such as automotive, white goods, defense industry, electrical-electronics and health sectors.
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Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
FDM Technology is designed to be easy to use and office friendly. It performs the best functions expected of a part with supported production grade thermoplastics. A wide range of materials such as “ABS, PC, PC-ABS, ASA, PPSF, NYLON and ULTEM”, which provide superior performance such as Non-Flammable, Bio Compatible, Chemical Resistance, UV Light Resistance, High Temperature Resistance, are used by 3D printers with FDM Technology. You can easily produce parts with complex geometry and voids with FDM technology. Thanks to the high mechanical properties of the materials used in FDM 3D Printers, end-user products can be produced, and they can be preferred especially for small production needs. It is possible to produce your 3D models up to 900 x 600 x 900 mm in one piece. In this way, you do not have to produce a large piece by patching, snapping or gluing.