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240 hours of daily production capacity with 10+ industrial grade systems

WHAT IS FDM TECHNOLOGY?

FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology; It is a 3D printer technology that builds the 3D model (prototype or part) by semi-melting the real engineering material, which is in the form of filament in a professional 3D printer, in the nozzle (head or head) and pouring it layer by layer onto the production table. We can apply post-processing processes such as painting, polishing and coating on the parts produced with FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology. With our FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) additive manufacturing solution, we meet the prototype production, rapid prototyping, small quantity production, functional parts and direct end-user part requirements of different sectors, especially the automotive, white goods and defense industries.

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All Stratasys materials

Post processing expertise

240 hours daily capacity

Large parts up to 1.2 meters

Large Duct for F900 Antero 800NA
BrakeApparatus MQ 1
CF_11_MQ
Antero 800NA 3
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RAPID PROTOTYPING WITH FDM TECHNOLOGY

When you need a prototype that can withstand thermal, chemical and mechanical tests, look no further than FDM technology! In rapid prototyping with FDM technology, you can test the performance of your parts during the product development phase much faster and more cost-effectively than traditional methods.

FEATURES OF FDM TECHNOLOGY

Wide range of Engineering Materials

Functional Part Production

Largest Dimensions and High Accuracy in One Piece

Flexible Production According to Design, Weight Reduction

Compatibility with Complex Geometries

APPLICATIONS

Conceptual Prototypes

Functional Prototypes

End Use Parts

Pre-series Production

ABS CF10 Fuel Pipe Fixture

DO YOU NEED LARGE PARTS?

With our industrial Stratasys FDM systems, we can produce parts up to 1.2 meters in length in one go.

3D Printer

F770

F900

Production Table Size (mm)

1,000 x 610 x 610

914 x 610 x 914

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APPLICATION AREAS OF FDM TECHNOLOGY

  • All plastic parts that are product development outputs for the automotive industry, especially interior trim, exterior trim and lighting.
  • Volumetric outdoor units, accessories and mechanical parts in white goods
  • Electronic product boxes, weapon systems, simulators and visual mock-ups in the defense industry
  • End-user products and prototypes with large dimensions that need to be produced in one piece
  • End-user products and prototypes with different features such as high temperature resistance, chemical resistance, biocompatibility and liquid impermeability
  • End-user parts in industries where small quantities of parts are needed, such as medical and electronics
  • Production auxiliary equipment and fixtures
  • End-user products and prototypes that require insertion into the 3D model, that can be threaded, or that require assembly and disassembly.
  • Dissolvable core production for use in composite part production
OUR SUGGESTIONS FOR AMAZING DESIGNS IN FDM
ACCESS THE DESIGN GUIDE THAT CAN HELP YOU IN THE DESIGN PROCESS WITH FDM TECHNOLOGY

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