FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) Technology

WHAT IS FDM TECHNOLOGY

When we consider the material selection and design requirements for the rapid prototyping, the most suitable 3D printing technology for the manufacturing changes. As +90 3D Digital Factory, we manufacture with FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling), PolyJet, SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) and DMLS (Direct Metal Sintering) technologies. The most commonly-used technology is FDM in the world and it is the leading 3D printing technology in our company.

We use FDM Technology that is the most widespread additive manufacturing technology to build robust, durable and dimensionally stable parts with the best accuracy and repeatability of any 3D printing technology. 3D printers that run on FDM Technology produce parts layer-by-layer from the bottom up by heating thermoplastic materials.

We can apply successive post-processes such as sandpapering, painting and polishing on the parts produced by FDM technology.

With FDM technology, we meet prototype, low volume manufacturing, functional parts and end user part requirements of different sectors, especially automotive, white goods and defense industry.

RAPID PROTOTYPING WITH FDM TECHNOLOGY:
WHEN YOU NEED PROTOTYPES WHICH ARE USED FOR THERMAL, CHEMICAL, AND MECHANICAL TESTS, DON’T LOOK FOR ANOTHER SOLUTION EXCEPT FOR FDM! YOU CAN TEST YOUR PARTS IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS WITH LOW COST IN A SHORT TIME BY RAPID PROTOTYPING WITH FDM TECHNOLOGY IN COMPARISON WITH TRADITIONAL MANUFACTURING.

How is Rapid Prototyping Made with FDM Technology in 3D Printer?  


FDM Materials Overview

You can check the table that we made for you to have more information about the materials of FDM technology.

Design Guidelines

You can check the design guidelines to learn how you can design with FDM technology.

DESIGN RULES TO REMEMBER WHEN PRINTING WITH FDM!