Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is ideal when you need to build initial concept models, functional prototypes, end-use parts, or at home solutions using standard, engineering-grade and high-performance thermoplastics.
FDM 3D printing is extensively used for rapid prototyping across industries.
FDM is employed to produce custom jigs, fixtures, and tooling in manufacturing environments.
FDM 3D printing has become a valuable tool in educational settings. It enables students to visualize complex concepts, create tangible models for better learning, and encourages creativity in science, engineering, art, and design fields.
FDM 3D printing is employed to produce lightweight and durable prototypes, functional components, and tooling.
FDM is used to create consumer products like smartphone cases, kitchenware, toys, and decorative items.
FDM is utilized to fabricate low-volume production tools and molds for injection molding or casting processes, reducing lead times and tooling costs.
Ideal for detailed models, figures, and quick prototypes that don’t require high mechanical, chemical or temperature resistance.