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Fused Deposition
Modeling

Step into the Future of Manufacturing with Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D Printing. Elevate Your Designs, Enhance Efficiency, and Embrace Unlimited Possibilities in the World of Additive Manufacturing.

Low Cost Rapid Prototyping & End Use Parts

Wide Material Range
Cost Effective Production
High Strength & Durability
Batch Production
& Prototyping

Overview

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printing revolutionizes manufacturing by precisely layering thermoplastic filaments to create intricate designs. Known for its material versatility, it accommodates various plastics, making it ideal for diverse applications. Its cost-effectiveness and minimal waste make it suitable for small-scale production, while its rapid prototyping capabilities significantly shorten development cycles.

Design Guidelines

Material Options

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Onyx

Onyx combines the strength and stiffness of nylon with the sleek finish and aesthetic appeal of carbon fiber, making it an excellent choice for producing functional prototypes and end-use parts

  • High mechanical strength

  • High durability

  • Chemical resistance

  • Versatile industrial applications

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