Polymer 3D Printing- Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF 3D Printing)

Polymer 3D Printing Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF 3D Printing)

Desktop FDM or Polymer 3D Printing Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF 3D Printing) is an extrusion based plastic 3D Printing technology that uses thermoplastics to manufacturecost-effective prototypes. The materials used in this technology come in filament form and the parts have a rough surface finish. Since it’s a desktop version of the Fused Deposition Moldeling (FDM) technology, the parts are not suited for critical mechanical applications; instead the parts are used for form and visual validation.

Best Benefits of Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF 3D Printing)

The FFF 3D printing technique requires thermoplastic polymers for a quick and easy manufacturing process. This technique is widely used in fabricating light-weight structures. As well as technology advances frequently, experts expect to see improvement in its process and use.

1. Compatible Easy Manufacturing Materials – The FFF 3D printing technique allows designers the freedom to choose from varied raw materials, including common thermoplastics, metal-infused thermoplastics, and even food such as chocolate.

2. Best Affordable Manufacturing Technique – The fused filament fabrication technique for 3D printing is extremely best affordable.

3. Cost-Effective Raw Materials – The raw materials used in FFF 3D printing are extremely cost-effective for increased affordability.

4. Easily available – the fused filament 3D printers and raw materials are easily available in the market today

Polymer 3D Printing Fused Filament Fabrication


Generic Information:

Max. part size:

500 x 500 x 500 mm

Dimensional Accuracy:

(+/-) 500µm

Lead-time:

3-4 working days

Minimum Order Quantity:

1 No.

Materials Available:

• ABS

• PLA

• TPU

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