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Stratasys is the market leader when it comes to producing parts in real ABS and polycarbonate materials. Utilising patented FDM technology, these 3D printers produce accurate, strong, and robust parts.

Tri-Tech3D supply, install, and support the complete range of Stratasys Idea Series, Design Series, and Production Series 3D printers. 

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What is Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) ?

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is an additive manufacturing technology that builds functional prototypes and production parts layer-by-layer in engineering-grade thermoplastics.

FDM Technology is the only additive manufacturing method that uses production-grade thermoplastics which can endure high heat, caustic chemicals, sterilization, and intense mechanical stresses.

Building layer by layer makes it possible to create complex geometries unattainable with traditional manufacturing methods. And, because FDM Technology uses the same thermoplastics as traditional methods, it builds strong parts that last.

Who invented FDM Technology?
Stratasys invented Fused Deposition Modeling more than 20 years ago and has continued to lead the 3D printing and additive manufacturing revolution ever since.

Only genuine FDM Technology builds accurate parts that perform like machined parts – opening new worlds of innovation while reducing costs, streamlining operations, and accelerating time to market.

Is FDM Technology right for me?
Fused Deposition Modeling frees you from traditional design and manufacturing limitations because it builds in small layers, one at a time, from the bottom up.

Today, FDM Technology is being used by designers and engineers in nearly every industry. Students as young as grade-schoolers use Fused Deposition Modeling right in their classrooms because educators know students will use it in their design and manufacturing careers.

If you are ready to transform your 3D CAD files into plastic parts without machining, tooling, or outsourcing – genuine FDM Technology is right for you.

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