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3D printing

3D printing

3D printing

3D printing of elements with the FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) method consists in applying subsequent layers of material (so-called filament) extruded in semi-liquid form through a nozzle. The layers are permanently bonded together. 3D printing is ideal for the R&D department, as it allows to create functional and dimensionally accurate prototypes with the same or very similar physical and chemical properties as the final products. Filaments are available in a variety of colours.

  • Our 3D printer for plastic parts is the Fortus 250mc from American company Stratasys.
  • Layer thickness:
    0.178 mm, 0.254 mm, 0.330 mm
  • Working field:
    254 mm x 254 mm x 305 mm
  • Material
    ABS
  • 3D printing using the FDM method
  • 3D printing using the FDM method
  • 3D printing using the FDM method
  • 3D printing using the FDM method