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Special thermoplastic parts and prototypes can be produced at low cost with the FDM and FFF production method. Delivery times are short. A wide range of natural plastic materials are available for commercial or non commercial production.
FDM Technology
FDM is a 3D printing technology that is produced by flowing and adding the thermoplastic material melted by a hot nozzle on the printing plate layer by layer.

Thanks to the wide range of thermoplastic materials offered by the technology, the model can be produced with the most suitable material for the desired mechanical properties. Materials used for production in 3D printers; ABS, PLA, PCABS, ABS+, TPU, PC, PEEK, ULTEM, PP are thermoplastics.

FDM, the most common 3D printer technology in the world, is an advantageous technology in many ways.

Technical Features
Standard delivery time 1-5 working days. This period varies according to the size of the model, the number of orders and the processes to be applied after production.
Standard precision ± 0,15% (± 0,2 mm lower limit)
Layer thickness 0,05 mm with 1 mm varies depending on the material used.
Minimum wall thickness 0,8 – 1 mm
Effective build volume Max. 1100 x 500 x 800 mm
Surface structure Models produced with FDM technology typically have rough surfaces. Various processes such as polishing, chemical surface treatment, sanding and painting can be applied to improve the quality of the surface structure of the model.
Used materials PLA, PLA Premium, PLA Star, PLA Tough
How does it work?
First, the model to be produced is designed as a CAD (Computer Aided Design) 3D and a STL file is obtained. The STL format is a format in which the surfaces of the model as D are created with an array of multiple possibilities, their normal and a representation of the 3D model with three points. The number of triangles increases at the same rate in the detail of the model.
For STL (which design file creation, filing) process is done. Slicing, in the continuation of the STL 3D printer, no. In this product, in applications such as occupancy, layer coating, support and raft form of the model that draws from the printer to the printer. Transaction is sent after “g-code”.
Thermoplastic filament material is loaded into the sent area 3D printer and the printing process is started. The most important part of the 3D printer’s printing process is the extruder, which has a nozzle, from which the filament is drawn, melted and deposited on the table.
Started by extruder engines, the filament consists of layer by layer layer upon layer of platform in a semi-fluid state. The molten, semi-fluid plastic material solidifies as it cools as it floats to the plate in fine threads. This process can be accelerated by the cooling fans in the extruder.
These processes are repeated until the model is complete.
Usage Areas
– On models without a simpler design
– In parts needed for prototyping and functional applications
– At prototyping and testing stages in the automotive industry
– Prototyping of some parts in the aerospace industry
– User electronics industry
– Education sector
– Health sector
– Architecture and construction industry

PLA Material Types

PLA: Polylactic acid (PLA) is an organic material based on corn starch. It allows easy production and the cost is quite low. It is less resistant to temperature than ABS and it is recommended to be used in low-budget prototype production, hobby and design products with simple geometry.

PLA Premium: Premium PLA filaments have high surface quality, high layer adhesion, similar mechanical and thermal properties compared to standard filaments.

PLA Star: Since PLA filaments have a very low thermal shrinkage value, they have high surface quality, high mechanical and thermal properties, and high crystalline structure compared to standard PLA filaments.

PLA Tough: Tough PLA Filament is a strong PLA filament type designed with easy suppression properties against shrinkage and warping problems experienced in ABS material.