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FDM Extrusion definition

Posted on Apr 05, 2020 by Cullen Hikene

Fused deposition modeling (FDM) is a 3DP process that utilizes filament-type thermoplastics with a printer head that is capable of heating the filament to melting temperatures to create a structure from the bottom up. The FDM is a precursor to the most widely used bioprinting technique, extrusion-based printing.

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