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Fused Deposition Modeling

FDM is a filament-based technology in which a temperature-controlled head deposits a layer of thermoplastic material onto a build platform. If necessary, a support structure is created from a water-soluble material.


With filament 3D printing (FDM/FFF), the starting material is heated through a nozzle and the melted material is applied layer by layer. If necessary, a support structure is created from a water-soluble material. Very high stability is achieved through the production process.



Multi Jet Fusion uses a fine-grain PA 12 material that allows thin layers of 80 microns. This creates parts with high density and low porosity compared to parts made with laser sintering. Also, it requires minimal finishing. This shortens lead times, which is ideal for functional prototypes and short runs of ready-to-use parts.



  • Complex functional parts in small quantities

  • Prototypes for suitability and function tests

  • High precision

  • Durable components with high stability

  • Powerful Materials Short lead times

  • Precise components for demanding tests and harsh environments

Technical Data


± 0,2 mm

Max. Space

260 x 260 x 260 mm

Layer Thickness

0,10-0,25 mm (depending on material)

Surface Structure

Unmachined parts have a rough surface, but they can be reworked like traditionally manufactured plastic parts.

Minimum Wall Thickness

1 mm


  • ABS

  • Polylactide (PLA)

  • PC (Polycarbonat)

  • PC-ABS 

  • Ultem 9085

  • Ultem 1010

  • TPU

  • PETG

  • ASA 

Together we will find the right technology for the implementation of your components. 



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