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  1. Overview
  2. Additive
    Manufacturing
  3. Cast
    Urethane
  4. CNC
    Machining
  5. Injection
    Molding
  6. Materials

FDM

FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) is a type additive manufacturing that uses a heated nozzle to melt and extrude thermoplastics. While following a toolpath, it extrudes one layer at a time until the final part is created. This method usually has short lead times and creates cost effective parts. Thanks to a variety of material choices and finishing options, FDM is ideal for creating everything from quick prototypes to final parts.

Benefits
  • Cost Effective
  • Quick
  • Design Freedom
  • Engineering Plastics
Challenges
  • Non-uniform Strength
  • Porous
Tolerance (all materials)
  • (X, Y): +/- 0.300 mm (+/- 0.012″)  or  > +/- 0.100 mm (+/- 0.04″) inch over inch
  • (Z): 3x layer height

 

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