Fused Deposition Modeling – FDM processes with marhellabs

Your contact for Rapid Prototyping with Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

Fused Deposition Modeling is an additive manufacturing process typical for home 3D printers. FDM works on an additive method by building a 3D object layer by layer from a melting plastic filament. The common materials are PLA, ABS or nylon. This cost-effective 3D manufacturing technology is used to produce 3D parts that are resistant and robust.

Advantages of FDM 3D printing

  • Cost-effective 3D manufacturing technique
  • Resistant components
  • Good strength
  • Good weather resistance
  • Easy fabrication
  • Good post processing

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Technical properties of FDM 3D printing

Materials:
PLA
ABS
Nylon
Highly specific filaments

Layer Height: 0,025–1,25 mm

Build Volume:
Min.: 300 x 230 x 180 mm
Max.: 500 x 500 x 800 mm

Make request for FDM 3D printing

Ask for your 3D print from marhellabs. We specialize in the FDM 3D printing and advise you individually and in detail about the application possibilities of Fused Deposition Modeling.

Upload your 3D design

Upload your CAD data and you will soon receive an individual and non-binding 3D print offer.

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Fused Deposition Modeling – Areas of application

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is the right 3D manufacturing process for 3D components that are required to sustain demanding and stressful conditions. You can manufacture robust mounting parts, stable tools and various forms of 3D prototypes with FDM.

 

Industries for FDM processes

  • Automotive
  • Engineering
  • Toolmaking
  • Electrical industry
  • Moldmaking industry



 

Fused Deposition Modeling – 3D surface finishing

The post processing of 3D-printing from FDM-procedures is very effective, so its no problem to modify or adapt finished 3D objects. We offer the following 3D surface finishing services, depending on the material properties:

  • Drilling
  • Grinding
  • Milling
  • Varnishing

The full-service provision of marhellabs includes additive, as well as subtractive and conventional manufacturing processes.
Let us advice you individually and make benefit of the combination of different processes at marhellabs.