FDM Model Printing

The Next Revolution in Three Dimensions Printing with FDM

ForeKen’s proficiency in Fused Deposition Modeling (or Fused Filament Fabrication), a contemporary printing method that leverages the power of additive manufacturing to create three-dimensional products, is ably backed by its technological support system.

Immensely popular and relatively cost effective, FDM or FFF is commonly used across industries for applications including (but not restricted to) prototyping, small-batch manufacturing and product marketing. FDM enables all various Industries to directly print and produce final products or work part by part in case the design is elaborate.

Why Choose FDM Over Other Types of 3D Printing

While other types of 3D printing, including SLA, SLS and PolyJet, co-exist in this domain, Fused Deposition Modeling remains the preferred one for our clients for a host of reasons.

  • Speed

Rapid prototyping is possible with FDM since it allows you to swiftly create and deliver objects and parts.

  • Cost

3D prototyping helps cut down on the costs associated with conventional prototyping methods.

  • Complexity

FDM can help execute intricate geometrical designs and create complex 3D models.

  • Flexibility

FDM allows you to work with a variety of materials and easily produce, alter or re-print models.

Typical Fused Deposition Modeling Process

  1. Additive Manufacturing

The additive is extruded in the form of layers. The final object is made by basically fusing the layers together.

  1. Melting

To squeeze out the layers from the 3D printer, the material is first melted by heating the nozzle using electric resistance coils.

  1. Fusing

The molten material is carefully fused with the existing layers in order to make the output as robust and sturdy as the end product is expected to be.

At ForeKen, our advanced FDM printers can print models using different grade and different characteristics filament that work seamlessly to create the multifarious designs and Applications models of our clients. Our technicians use industry-standard Computer-Aided Software (CAM) to control the printing and production process.

Get in touch with us at info@foreken.com to get your project started today.