FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling)

One of the additive manufacturing methods that is used for 3D printing. This method allows you to create three-dimensional objects, layer by layer, by heating and extruding a plastic material.

FDM printing is widely used in various fields, including prototyping, functional parts production, model building, and many other applications. It differs from other 3D printing methods such as SLA (Stereolithography) or SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) and has its own unique characteristics and limitations.


Limit deviations:
± 0.8 mm (dimension up to 200 mm per side)

Surface Roughness:
Depending on the location

Minimum thickness

Wall thickness:
not less than 1 mm

Shell thickness:
not less than 1.2 mm

Minimum opening

Minimum opening:
0.8 mm

Hole without support:
5 mm

Loading a 3D model

Upload your 3D model in the format .stl, .obj, .stp, .step, .igs, .iges.

Calculating the cost

The system calculates the cost based on the selected material.


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