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Fused Deposition Modeling | An Introduction To Rapid Prototyping Process | Rapid Prototyping Methodology Types

Fused Deposition Modeling An Rapid Prototyping Process

Rapid Prototyping process starts with the uploading of your STL file for a rapid quote.  This Product Realization will transform your CAD drawings into plastic parts. Parts are built layer by layer in an additive process. Extrusion heads lay down thermoplastics to create each layer.

01-stratasys FDM-Fused Deposition Modeling-Fortus 400MC Machine

Build Envelope (XYZ):  16 x 14 x 16 inches
Material Options:  ABS, PC-ABS, PC, ULTEM
Layer Thickness Options: .005, .007, or .010 inches
Color Options:  Ivory, Black, White, Tan
Accuracy:  ±.005 inch or ±.0015 inch/inch
Process:  Fused Deposition Modeling

Advantages of Fused Deposition Modeling:

Short Run Production

01-Fused Deposition Modeling advantage-Short run production-multiple rapid parts in single operation

Need multiples?  FDM can build as many parts as you require, in the time that you need them. Cheaper than using injection molding!

Fused Deposition Modeling Assemblies

01-FDM-Assemblies-assembly will mechanically operate like real thing

Does your design contain moving parts and subassemblies? A Rapid Prototype of your assembly will mechanically operate just like the real thing.

Military-Grade Prototyping

01-FDM-military grade prototyping-max tensile strength 10390 psi-flexural strength 16700 psi-high strength designs and concepts

With a max tensile strength of 10,390 psi and a max flexural strength of 16,700 psi, materials are ready for your military and high strength designs and concepts.


01-FDM-Precision rapid prototyping parts-Max resolution 0.005 inch-small parts of complex geometry can be made

Small parts with complex geometry are no problem for FDM. With a max resolution of .005”, your parts will look as good as your CAD models.

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