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FDM 3D Printing Services at '3D Max Pro' Prototypes

Fused deposition modeling, or FDM 3D Printing, is a method of additive manufacturing where layers of materials are fused together in a pattern to create an object. The material is usually melted just past its glass transition temperature, and then extruded in a pattern next to or on top of previous extrusions, creating an object layer by layer.

In layman’s terms, a typical FDM 3D printer takes a plastic filament and squeezes it through a hot end, melting it and then depositing it in layers on the print bed. These layers are fused together, building up throughout the print, and eventually they will form the finished part.

FDM is the same as fused filament fabrication (FFF), but the term “fused deposition modeling” and the abbreviated “FDM” were trademarked by Stratasys in 1991, creating the need for a second name.

FDM Printing Advantages In Detail

  • Budget-Friendly. A nice, pocket-friendly FDM 3D Printer has all the essential requirements could be easily bought in less than 200 dollars. …
  • Filament Reusable. …
  • Less Complex. …
  • Easy Ergonomics. …
  • Variety of Material Choice. …
  • Easily Portable. …
  • Compact Design. …
  • Cloud Server Printing.
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