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When Material Stability And Long-Term Performance Is Paramount

Stratasys FDM thermoplastics are made from the same raw stock as injection molding materials. They’re well-suited for applications ranging from concept modeling through product development and manufacturing. Similar to molded parts, there are a variety of material options, each with unique characteristics designed to meet the application needs.

3D printing with thermoplastics is so widely practiced. Engineers have the option of making parts with the most commonly used thermoplastics, such as ABS, polycarbonate, a variety of blends, as well as engineered thermoplastics for aerospace, medical, automotive, electronic and other specialty applications. When using 3D printing for the production of finished goods, using a thermoplastic is all the more important, and it may be the only choice for many applications.

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