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FDM Technologoy

FDM Technology

Increase Your Productivity with 3D Printing

In the world of 3D printing, FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) is a technology that has created a major revolution. This technology allows the creation of three-dimensional objects by melting and layering plastic or similar materials. At MARM Engineering, we offer our expertise and experience in FDM technology to you.


What is FDM Technology?

FDM is a method used to create a sample or prototype in the 3D printing process. In this process, thermoplastic materials are melted with a nozzle and then added in layers to a surface. Each layer solidifies on top of the previous layer, eventually forming the desired object. FDM is a unique solution for rapid prototyping, customization, and production.

FDM Technology

Advantages of FDM Technology

Cost Efficiency

Makes product development processes more sustainable in terms of cost.

Rapid Prototyping

Facilitates rapid prototyping, allowing designs to be tested quickly.


Supports the production of customized products, allowing you to meet customers' specific requests.

Ease of Use

FDM printers come with user-friendly interfaces and software.

FDM Material List

High mechanical strength and strong interlayer adhesion, organic-based material.

High mechanical strength and strong interlayer adhesion, organic-based material.

A material commonly preferred for impact resistance and high-temperature resistance.

A material with high chemical resistance and high tensile strength with Shore 90A hardness.

It has high strength, hardness, and bending resistance.

A polymer that can withstand temperatures up to 150°C and achieve almost metal-like strength.

Resistant to outdoor conditions, with high chemical resistance and heat resistance.

A material compatible with food, providing leak-proofing and strong interlayer adhesion.

A material with high strength used in functional part production and engineering applications.

In addition to flame retardancy, it has high hardness and impact resistance.