FDM technology can be used to print a variety of objects, including prototypes, product models, toys, and automotive parts.
Fused Deposition Printing (FDM)
Fused Deposition Printing (FDM) is a widely used 3D printing process in the industry as it is comparatively budget-friendly and boasts of less production time. Our team of professionals, with the help of a CAD file, deposit the melted material layer by layer on a build tray in a defined path to develop a 3D prototype or a finished product. The CAD file is further used to remove any support material attached to the product. Thus, almost eliminating the need for post-processing. FDM allows a wider range of materials to be used for 3D printing in Dubai, making it a cost-effective technology. Being able to build complex geometrical models is an added advantage
- Sand casting patterns and molds with little detailing.
- Prototypes are used in form, fit, and function testing.
- ABS and Nylon based prototypes.
- Complex end-use parts.
Minimum Wall thickness: 1.2 mm
Minimum details size: 2 mm (for text/ hole diameters etc)
Layer thickness: 0.1 mm – 0.3 mm
Max dimensions: 650 x 600 x 600 mm. Large parts can be created by assembling individual parts by interlocking designs or glueing them together.
Standard Accuracy: ± 0.3% (with a lower limit of ± 0.3 mm).
Lead Time: Minimum 2 working days for despatch
Surface finish: visible layers with texture.
Basic: Support Removal, Sanding, Smoothing
Add on: Primer, Coating/ Painting
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Frequently Asked Questions
FDM technology can be used to print a variety of objects, including prototypes, product models, toys,and automotive parts.
FDM 3D printing can be done using a wide range of thermoplastic materials, including PLA, ABS, and PETG.
The melted material is extruded through the print nozzle in FDM. As the material is stacked, it becomes harder.