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
Max. part size:
500 x 500 x 500 mm
3-4 working days
Minimum Order Quantity: