3D printing Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

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Diverse materials
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FDM 3D Printing Service

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Our FDM 3D printing service offers you a top-notch solution for rapid prototype development and small-scale production. Utilizing state-of-the-art FDM technology, we can precisely create complex models in a variety of materials. Our team will guide you from concept to implementation, delivering high-quality results for diverse applications, whether in product development, architecture, or design.
With our FDM 3D printing service, you accelerate your innovation processes and gain the flexibility needed for efficient and successful product development.

Applications for FDM 3D Printing


FDM 3D printing allows for testing the fit and functionality of the component or its parts.

Small Series

Small production runs can also be effectively implemented with this technology, especially as it is often a cost-effective alternative.

Concept models

Print previously designed components from the computer quickly and easily for testing and presenting a new product.

Assembly aids

With FDM, you can manufacture assembly aids tailored to your requirements without long lead times or expensive tooling.

3D Printing Parts


Rapid prototyping in 3D printing is an effective method for quickly creating prototypes and functional parts. This allows engineers and designers to translate their ideas directly into physical models. A wide range of materials is available to ensure the quality and functionality of prototypes. This process allows for the precise evaluation and adjustment of technical requirements and design aspects.
The ability to create prototypes directly from digital designs significantly accelerates the development cycle and enables products to be brought to market faster, promoting innovation.


The materials available on the market are highly diverse. We have many filaments in stock for printing your parts. However, we are more than happy to source a material for our printer that meets your requirements. Please feel free to send us an email.


very hard, not very flexible
good for small details
high tensile strength
little warping
Heat Resistance
Low temperature resistance, the components begin to lose mechanical strength at temperatures above 60°C
approx. 1,22 – 1,25 g/m³
When post-processing, it is advisable to use wet sanding, as otherwise, the component heats up, leading to local melting.

PLA is a biocompatible plastic made from renewable raw materials. It is a hard material and exhibits less warping during printing than other materials, making it easy to work with.

PLA is commonly used in the field of prototypes, toys, figurines, and architectural models. It is also popular in jewelry making, especially for small, detailed models.

All information is provided without guarantee, and we recommend consulting the datasheet for specific application requirements.


Durable and robust
High toughness and impact resistance
Low odor
Low shrinkage
Heat Resistance
It remains dimensionally stable up to approximately 95 degrees Celsius.
approx. 1,06 g/m³
Easily post-processable; sawing, painting, milling, gluing, sanding, and drilling are possible post-processing methods to achieve the desired shape for the printed object.

ABS is moderately weather-resistant but highly resistant to fats, oils, and high temperatures. It is also known for its durability and robustness, making it suitable for a wide range of applications. It is especially useful for outdoor use.

Please note that all information provided is subject to change, and we recommend referring to the specific data sheet for your particular application.


High toughness
High rigidity
High impact resistance
Heat Resistance
Dimensionally stable up to approximately 95 degrees.
approx. 1,0 g/m³
The excellent weather resistance and mechanical properties make it more resistant to environmental aging. ASA material is therefore often used in outdoor applications.

ASA is comparable to ABS, but it is UV-stable and more resistant to harsh weather conditions. It is also known for its durability and robustness, making it suitable for a wide range of applications. It is particularly useful when the component is intended for outdoor use.

All information is provided without guarantee, and we recommend consulting the datasheet for specific application cases.


Shiny surfaces
Low expansion
Good weather resistance
Good ductility
Heat Resistance
Good temperature resistance.
approx. 1,27 g/m³
Easy to sand
Easy to color or paint afterwards

With PETG, you get a particularly temperature-resistant and durable print that can be used effectively both indoors and outdoors. It is versatile but particularly suitable for mechanical parts.

All information is provided without guarantee, and we recommend consulting the datasheet for specific application cases.

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Components in 3D Printing Process


Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is a 3D printing process in which a component is built layer by layer using melted plastic. There is also the possibility to use metal for this process nowadays. FDM is a widely used method that is also known as Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF).

The technology was developed around 1980 by Scott Crump, who had the idea to create a toy for his daughter using a hot glue gun. By layering hot glue extruded from the gun, he could create three-dimensional parts. This delighted his daughter and laid the foundation for the technique known as the “melted layer” on which the FDM printer is based.

However, instead of glue, plastic is used in FDM printers. Instead of a glue gun, a nozzle is guided over a build platform on axes. The material used for printing is typically in the form of a filament wound on spools. Inside the printer, there is a material feed system that delivers the material to the hot nozzle, or “hotend.” The material is then melted at high temperatures, and the viscous plastic is extruded from the nozzle.

During this process, the entire print unit moves within the horizontal plane along the X and Y axes. Thin layers of plastic are deposited onto the print bed. The Z-axis controls the upward and downward movement, ensuring that layer by layer, a 3D model is created.

The component is prepared for printing in advance using slicing software, and then it is loaded into the printer. During slicing, properties such as temperature, speed, material, and any necessary support structures are set to prepare the component for printing.

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