Additive Manufacturing

The ideal solution for strong, durable, and heat-resistant plastic components

FDM Technology

  • Available materials include ABS, polycarbonate, ABS/PC blend, ASA, and nylon 12
  • Single-piece part size limits up to 14″ x 12″ x 12″

C&S Machine has partnered with Stratasys, the world leader in FDM technology. Visit stratasys.com for more information on FDM technology.

Advantages and Benefits

Fused deposition modeling (FDM) technology

The most applicable durable plastic additive manufacturing process we utilize on a daily basis, FDM uses a heated extrusion head to melt the material, which is then hardened immediately upon extrusion from a nozzle. Layer by layer, one cross-section at a time, your part is built.

Complex, high-requirement parts

Easily embed hardware, circuitry, and other non-thermoplastic materials into your parts with minimal downtime for changeover.

High-capacity

Material options will increase unattended build time up to two full weeks.

Speed, agility, and growth opportunity

Advanced additive manufacturing allows you to expand your manufacturing business by using your own designs.

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