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Additive Manufacturing

- FDM

- DMLS

- MJF

- SLA

FDM

FDM is a 3D printing technology that uses a thermoplastic filament, which is heated to its melting point and then extruded layer by layer to create a three-dimensional object.

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SLM
SLM is a metal additive manufacturing process that uses a high-powered laser to selectively melt and fuse metallic powders layer by layer. The technology is particularly suitable for creating complex metal parts with intricate geometries. It is widely used in the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries for producing high-strength and lightweight metal components.

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MJF
MJF is an additive manufacturing process that builds objects layer by layer using a liquid material and a fine powder. 
MJF is known for its speed in comparison to some other 3D printing technologies due to its ability to fuse entire layers at once. It offers high precision and produces detailed, functional parts with good mechanical properties. Material Properties: MJF parts often exhibit isotropic properties, meaning they have consistent strength in all directions.

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SLA
SLA is an additive manufacturing process that uses a liquid resin as the raw material. The resin is selectively cured (hardened) layer by layer using an ultraviolet (UV) laser or light source. The object is built upside-down on a platform that moves up incrementally as each layer is cured. The cured layers stick together to form a solid 3D object.

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