Durable 3D Printed Thermoplastics

  • Largest build volume we offer

  • Extremely durable, heat-resistant materials

  • Ideal for demanding applications

  • Layer height as low as 0.005”

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How FDM Works

FDM 3D printers use a spool of plastic filament which is fed into the print head. The print head melts and extrudes the filament as it traces the toolpath for each layer.

1. Material begins as a spool of filament similar to weedeater line
2. A series of motors feeds the filament into the print head
3. Material is melted at the print head and extruded
4. Melted material is extruded as additional filament is fed behind it

FDM Design Guide

There are a number of factors to bear in mind when designing parts to be 3D printed with FDM. Fortunately, we’ve written an in-depth design guide to help.

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