Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

3D Printing process that uses a continuous filament of thermoplasitc material. This is fed from a large coil, through a moving, heated printer extruder head. Molten material is forced out of the print head’s nozzle and is deposited on the growing workpiece. The head is moved, under computer control, to define the printed shape.

Usually the head moves in layers, moving in two dimensions to deposit one horizontal plane at a time, before moving slightly upwards to begin a new slice. Reality 3D’s FDM printers are considered open source. This means that they can print most materials, and a wide variety of colors

Print Volume: Up to (12 x 12 x 23.8 in)

Available Materials: ABS, PLA, Carbon Fiber Filled PLA, PETG, ASA, Nylon, Ninja Flex