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FDM or PolyJet 3D Printing

Determining which technology is right for your application

FDM and PolyJet share some similar applications and benefits. But while they overlap, each platform has its own distinct advantages.

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What You’ll Learn

If you’re considering adding 3D printers to your workspace or production facility, you probably know that FDM and PolyJet are two of the cleanest and most office-friendly technologies available. But which is right for your application?

This white paper will help you form a baseline for selecting the best technology for your application. You’ll find:

  • Comparisons of operational parameters like speed and pre/post-processing
  • Details on material properties and operating expense
  • Differences in part characteristics like accuracy and surface finish