Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Technology is a powerful Stratasys-patented additive manufacturing method.
FDM technology is used to build concept models, funtional prototypes, and high performance end use parts in standard, engineering grade and high-performance thermo plastics. Engineers, designers and manufacturers, have implemented FDM into thier design process because of the superior mechanical, chemical and thermal strength of parts.
The technology is clean, simple to use and office friendly
FDM is relatively inexpensive compared to other AM technologies
FDM is capable of printing in a wide range of materials
Supported production-grade thermoplastics are mechanically and environmentally stable
FDM parts have good mechanical properties and can be used for functional testing
One of the fastest printing methods, FDM is great for quick turnarounds and getting parts to market faster
Unlike other technologies FDM allows you to print in full range of colours
Using a professional FDM technology can minimise part warping and material wastage
Radform motors makes low-volume, highly customised specialty automobiles. Part of the company's recipe for success includes uniqe materials, tool-less prodcution and agile capabilities of additive manufacturing.Read Case Study
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Check out our range of 3D printers, that run on FDM technology and build parts layer by layer from the groud up.