Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

FFF

Fused Filament Fabrication

Solution for robust, lightweight and cost-effective prototypes

What is
FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) technology?

Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), speed, accuracy and competitive It is a widely known 3D printing technology with its cost. In FFF technology, thermoplastic materials in filament form The printing process is carried out by laying the layers on top of each other. Printing using support in filament 3D printing technologies is performed. Carbon fiber, which is a special production of Teknodizayn and DYNAMIDE®, consisting of fiberglass-reinforced polyamide materials Productions where strength and lightness come together with the filament series possible to do.

Technicial Specifications

BUILD VOLUME

500 x 350 x 500 mm

LAYER THICKNESS

50 – 300 μm

COLOUR

Black – Grey

Advantages of Fused Filament Fabrication 3D Printing

DYNAMIDE® CF

A strong and durable, carbon fiber reinforced filament with high stiffness and high thermal resistance, ideal for application areas that require strength and lightness together, such as aerospace, suitable for end product production, functional prototypes and low volume production.

DYNAMIDE® GF

A strong and durable fiberglass-reinforced filament with medium thermal resistance, ideal for end-use parts, functional prototypes and low-volume production.

Surface Treatment Chemical Polishing

Chemical polishing is a physiochemical process that provides a high quality glossy and liquid-proof surface. This process allows you to get homogeneous results even with detailed geometries.

The coated surface improves the overall performance of parts, including tensile strength, yield at flex and percent elongation to fracture. Thanks to the steam structure, which is highly compatible with FFF technology and DYNAMIDE® GF / DYNAMIDE® CF materials, you can obtain quality parts that can compete with plastic injection.

Along with UL and CE certification, the patented PostPro Chemical Polishing technology is recommended by the world’s leading additive manufacturing companies.