FDM 3D Printing Service
Zhongde provides rapid prototyping and low-volume on-demand production with FDM 3D printing service.
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What Is FDM 3D Printing?
In the context of 3D printing, FDM (fused deposition modeling) is a popular additive manufacturing technique. FDM 3D printing builds custom parts by heating and extruding thermoplastics layer-by-layer. It is a good option for rapid prototypes and low-volume on-demand manufacturing end-use parts. Material options include popular thermoplastics like ABS, TPU, PEI, PETG, and more. Get an instant quote for FDM parts.
Size of FDM 3D Printed Parts
The below table shows the size of the Fused Deposition Modeling FDM 3D printed parts we usually make. If you need a larger size, we can also help you achieve it.
|Max Build Size||500x500x500mm(19.68"x19.68"x19.68")|
|Standard Lead Time||4 business days|
|Dimensional Accuracy||± 0.5% with a lower limit of ± 0.5 mm (± 0.0196”)|
*The maximum build size for Carbon-filled Nylon (Onyx) is 320 mm x 132 mm x 154 mm
Available Material of FDM 3D Printing
- Cobalt Chrome
- Stainless Steel
* These materials are available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
FDM 3D Printing Design Guidelines
The following table summarizes the recommended and technically feasible values for the most common features encountered in FDM 3D printed parts.
|Minimum Feature Size||2.0mm(0.0787")|
|Minimum Hole Diameter||2.0mm(0.0787")|
- Plastic Injection Molding
- Rubber Injection Molding
- Overmolding & Insert Molding
- CNC Milling
- CNC Turning
- Fused Deposition Modeling
- Selective Laser Sintering
Assembly & Packaging
Custom Plastic Parts
- Plastic Parts
- Plastic Bonding Metal Parts
Custom Rubber Parts
- Rubber Parts
- Rubber Bonding Metal Parts
- Rubber With Fabric Parts
- Rubber Bonding Plastic Parts
Custom TPE Parts
- TPE Parts
CNC Machining Parts
- Plastic CNC Machining Parts
- Metal CNC Machining Parts
3D Printing Parts
- Plastic 3D Printing Parts
- Metal 3D Printing Parts
- Assembly Parts
Surface Finishing Options for 3D Printing
Enhance the appearance of your 3D printed object with custom colors and finishes. Choose from a wide range of paints and coatings to achieve the desired look and feel.
Customization is Available
Gloss, semi-gloss, flat, metallic, textured
Achieve a smooth and glossy surface finish through mechanical polishing techniques. This process removes layer lines and imperfections, resulting in a refined appearance.
Plastics (PLA, ABS) and Resins
Smooth and Glossy
Apply a durable and protective powder coating to your 3D-printed part. This process involves electrostatic-ally applying a fine powder, which is then cured to create a tough and resistant finish.
Metals (Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Steel)
Standard, Metallic, and Custom Options.
Gloss or Semi-gloss
Utilize bead blasting to achieve a uniform and textured surface finish. This process involves propelling small abrasive particles at the surface of the object.
Metals (aluminum, steel, titanium) and Certain Plastics
Matte or Satin-like
Related Products of Fused Deposition Modeling
Related Services of Fused Deposition Modeling
Overmolding & Insert Molding
Selective Laser Sintering
Plastic Injection Molding
Rubber Injection Molding
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