FDM, or Fused Deposition Modelling, is the technique where the plastic filament is melted, and placed back layer by layer. In the field of desktop 3D printing, the majority of brands work with this FDM technique.
FDM 3D printers are most commonly used for printing functional prototypes and low amounts of end-parts that require personalisation, quality and the same fysical requirements as molded plastic parts. Looking at the FDM 3D printers in our range, high quality models can be printed, with our without soluble support.
Great variety of machines and materials
Multimaterial or multicolor prints possible
No post-processing required