FDM 3D Printers
In Fused Deposition Modelling 3D Printing, filament (usually PLA or ABS plastic, but other plastics and even wood-fill and metal-fill filaments are available) is melted, then laid down in layers to create the object being printed. The easiest type of 3D printing to understand, and the type with the more affordable printers, FDM is a great way to join the world of 3D printing.
Welcome to continuous 3D printing with the X5. The X5 was designed from ground up for low-volume manufacturing. With the ability to feed up to 12 plates onto its build platform and reloading during printing, it provides a continious printing experience.
The Builder Extreme 2000 PRO is one of the biggest FDM 3D printers on the market with a build volume of 700x700x1700 mm, so big you can print a person on it. Its dual-feed extruder and colour mix technology set this machine apart from others, giving its users a creative advantage in design, architecture, manufacturing and more.
Setting a new standard for affordable production, the Flashforge Creator3 has an Independent dual extrusion system with the printing accuracy to match. Print in multiple materials or multiple colours on a heated removable print bed for ease.
The BCN3D Sigmax R19 is a reliable and easy-to-use desktop machine with advanced new features that let it work harder for all users. With an Independent Dual Extruder System that delivers high-resolution multi-material parts in a simple and effective way, this is a highly professional workhorse machine.
The new second generation Funmat HT is a must-have for anyone who would like to print strong, functional parts. In addition to the new autolevelling function, the HT features: active heated chamber, high nozzle temperature and heated build plate. Allowing you to print a wide range of technical materials including PEEK, PEI, PPSU, Nylon, PC, ABS and PLA.