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Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)


Why FFF?

  • Composite 3D printing using FFF (fused filament fabrication) provides extremely tough, extremely flexible and very chemical resistant parts

  • Suitable for validation prototyping and small functional parts, as well as gauges, jigs and fixtures

  • Vices and soft jaws for production management

  • Very low-volume manufacturing of models with complex geometries

FFF or composite 3D printing utilises an extrusion process and highly durable, production-grade thermoplastic resins. FFF delivers parts with mechanical stability, high heat resistance, and in some instances, excellent flammability scores. The FFF material ‘Onyx’ can be combined with a variety of materials, making the results some of the strongest 3D printed parts around.

FFF is suitable for one-off functional prototypes, hard-wearing tooling, and low volume functional parts. Parts are ready for use straight off the printer.

Ultra strong
Production ready
Click fit designs
Motorbike brake levers