FDM is a method of layering the molten thermoplastic material on a heatbed. This technology makes it possible to create utility models, prototypes, marketing mock-ups or composite elements. This is the most optimal method for quick prototyping of parts that must maintain the required standard tolerance. This technology guarantees high quality, affordability and short lead time.
One of the biggest advantages of FDM is the ability to quickly adjust the filling of printed 3D models. This allows the prototype to be printed out quickly to check the fit and finish. Low internal filling or even no infill enables cutting the material costs. After the design phase, final checks or small and medium production can be run with the target filling of the 3D printout.
FDM is the most optimal method for rapid prototyping of parts that must maintain standard tolerances. This method is widely used to create architectural and product mock-ups. This technology guarantees affordability and short lead times.