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The choice of 3D printing technology depends on the product to be produced, the design of the product, the material to be used and the technical details of the product.

3D Printing Technologies

Types of 3D Printing Technologies;


FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling), SLS (Selective Laser Sintering), Polyjet, Voxeljet and DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) are 3D printing technologies. The most widely used 3D printing technology is FDM. It is possible to produce plastic and metal parts with these technologies. The materials are used as filaments in some and powder in others. The working principles of 3D printing technologies are also different from each other. In simple terms, we can explain the working principle of 3d printers as the production of the part layer by layer on the production table moving in the x, y and z axes. You should definitely talk to a technology consultant to get the right output from 3D printers or 3D printers. If the appropriate 3D printing technology is not selected, your part may break or the dimensions may not be correct. This may result in a much more costly and time consuming production for you.

Among the Application Areas;

It includes visualizing the design, mold making and prototyping. 3D printing and 3D scanning technology are also used in the copying of ancient and valuable structures for archeology. With the development of technology, especially in the production sector, 3D printing method is used to ensure faster and more efficient productions.

FDM Technology:

It is called FDM (fused deposition modeling). In FDM technology strip plastic raw material is transmitted to the extrusion head with the help of a motor. Here, the material becomes molten by heating. The extrusion head flows the molten material into an empty tray, flowing the first layer to form the part. In each layer, the platter moves down one step, thus producing the  layer layer by layer.

When using FDM technology, first the model CAD  is created, then transferred to the STL  interface. Wires wound on reels using various ABS and PLA materials are approximately 1.78 mm in diameter. Part production in FDM technology uses ABS base material and a support material that acts as a iskele to support the object used in the base material construction while it is being printed.

When an object exits the FDM printer, the support materials are removed by immersing the object in a water or, in the case of thermoplastic supports, by manually tearing the support material off. Primer paste paint applications can be made on the surfaces of the models produced with FDM technology.

Material and usage areas:

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Architecture, Model, Education Etc.
SLS Technology:

Powder bonding technology by heating is called laser sintering. It is the material that forms the structure of powder particles that can be heated by laser beam and fused to each other. Predetermined areas are scanned with a laser beam with CAD software, and the heat that occurs at the points where the laser beam hits the surface causes the dust particles to heat up and partially melt, that is, sinter and fuse together. No support material is used in this technology.


The biggest advantage of SLS is that it can be produced by placing it side by side and on top of each other without the need for support material. It is used in the production of movable prototype parts such as hinges, clips and nails. Polyamide and derivative materials are mainly used in SLS' technology.

Material and usage areas:

  • Polyamide ( PA 2200 )

  • nylon

Industry, Automotive, Aviation Etc.
Robust, Shockproof and High temperature resistant prototype

POLYJET Technology:

Spray grouting technology is called POLYJET. In this technology, the photopolymer resin, which is liquid at room temperature, forms a layer by spraying material on a tray from 1536 nozzles with 16 micron diameter on 8 injection heads. The sprayed resin solidifies by freezing with the help of UV . it is built layer by layer.

The support material is sprayed together with the main material, at the end of the production, the support material is separated from the part by mechanical methods and the model is obtained.

Material and usage areas:

Raw Material PhotoPolymer Resin
Industry, Architecture, Model, Medical Etc.
Flexibility, Visuality and Durability according to the model structure

SLA Technology :

Scanning light curing technology is called SLA (Stereolithoraphy). In this technology, it is based on the principle of curing certain areas of the photopolymer resin layer, which is liquid at room temperature, by means of a point UV laser beam.

The laser beam moving with the computer-aided manufacturing CAD software scans the part geometry on the resin layer and creates the layers. After the layers are completed, the part is removed from the resin pool, and the structure that serves as the support while the part is formed is mechanically separated from the part. Additional ashing according to the material type  if necessary, this is done with the help of a UV bath.

Material and usage areas:

Raw Material PhotoPolymer Resin
Jewellery, Dental, Architecture, Medical Etc.
Flexibility, Visuality and Durability according to the model structure

SLM Technology:

SLM (Selective Laser Melting) stands for Laser Selective Melting. It is a laser melting process that produces metal parts homogeneously directly from the 3D CAD file by melting metal powders on the table with a laser beam  .

This process, which is very fast and precise, produces high accuracy layer by layer prototypes with almost any metal powder material.

Material and usage areas:

  • Bronze

  • Steel

  • Carbon

  • Titanium

  • Aluminum

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