The 6 Main Advantages of FDM 3D Printing
If you are considering FDM 3D printing then you are considering one of the top options on the market. We have clients know that it is the best but are not certain why. They know it is the choice for them because they’ve done their research, but they couldn’t point to the specific reasons that it’s the right choice. Today at ProTek Models we are going to provide you with a simple list of six advantages of FDM 3D Printing.
- FDM 3D Printing Offers the Precision You Need
- FDM 3D Printing Offers the Strength You Need
- FDM 3D Printing Allows for Large Builds
- FDM 3D Printing Gets What You Need Quickly
- FDM 3D Printing is a Great Option for Projects That Would Be Too Costly for CNC Machining
- We Can Produce End-Use Parts On-Demand
When you choose FDM 3D printing you get access to the most advanced printers on the market. If you have a project that requires incredible precision then you simply cannot find a better option than this. We are talking about tolerances of just +/- 0.004” or +/- 0.002” per inch. This is truly the precision option you have been looking for.
The final FDM printed parts are available in a wide range of high-performance plastics. No matter how much strength you need, no matter how much resistance to the elements is required for your project, you can count on this process to have what you need.
If you have a project that involves pieces with large build volumes then you will be glad you found ProTek Models. We have worked with a wide variety of clients with a wide variety of build volume needs. Call us at (832) 968-6636 if you would like to know if we can handle your project.
When you use old manufacturing methods that require tooling, you are looking a manufacturing lead times of weeks. With FDM 3D printing, you can reduce that to just days.
This not only gets your product to market faster, but it helps improve your ability to be truly innovative when your model can be created so quickly.
If you have a project in which the geometries are too expensive or complex for CNC machining and could not be printed easily in that way, then you will appreciate this type of 3D printing. It can handle these complex geometries without adding significant extra costs to the end project.
When you choose FDM 3D printing, you can have end-use parts printed on demand. This increases your throughput, helps you get to market faster, and can increase your bottom line.
Do you have questions about this process or how ProTek Models can help? Then contact us now at (832) 968-6636.