FDM Printers

About FDM

FDM stands for Fused Deposition Modeling. It is a layering process where a strand of plastic is melted and laid in place layer upon layer to build extremely complicated shapes as well as assemblies of parts with a high degree of accuracy. Its strengths include:

  • High Strength Thermoplastics
  • High Accuracy Parts
  • High Temp Parts
  • Chemical Resistant Parts
  • UV Resistant Material
  • Medical Grade Plastics
  • Dissolvable Support Material

FDM technology uses real plastics to create 3D objects. This technology produces true–to–life parts with correct material properties. FDM machines range in size, from desktop to industrial production — with many options in between.

With its real–world properties, amazing accuracy, and easy post–processing steps, FDM is the most widely used 3D printing technology. It is used in about every industry imaginable — consumer products, entertainment, medical, automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, consumer goods, and many more.

Looking to learn more about FDM 3D printers? Schedule a custom demo at our Atlanta office or give us a call today so we can help match you to the best technology for your 3D printing applications.