In 2017 we introduced 3D printing service as a support to rapid prototyping.
We decided to work on Stratasys 3D printers with FDM technology, which is the best on the market. Here it is what we can offer today to our customers. Rapid prototyping and 3D resistant parts production with industrial thermoplastics.
Stratasys has patented the FDM, Fused Deposition Modeling, technology as Scott Crump, the founder, invented it over twenty years ago. Since then Stratasys has been a leading company in the 3D printing sector and produces a wide range of systems earmarked for additive manufacturing, designers, engineers, teachers and other professionals.
3D FDM printing applications
Our Stratasys 3D printers with FDM technology can carry out conceptual models, functional prototypes or finished parts using both standard thermoplastics like ABS and high-performance technical materials.
Being the only professional 3D printing technology to use production-grade thermoplastics, the parts made with FDM have a unique chemical, thermal and mechanical resistance.