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Revolution Starts with FDM 3D Printing

The simplest method of 3D printing is fused deposition modelling, which is inexpensive and efficient for prototyping, tooling, and production parts. 3D printers using FDM technology have nearly overtaken more expensive technologies. Functional parts can be printed in a variety of colors, materials, and sizes.

How to Begin Using FDM 3D Printing

FDM 3D Printing is an additive manufacturing technique in which layers of materials are fused together in a pattern to form an object. Typically, the material is melted slightly past its glass transition temperature, then extruded in a pattern adjacent to or on top of previous extrusions, layer by layer, to create an item. FDM uses specialized 3D printers and production-grade thermoplastics.  FDM filaments can be made of ABS, PLA, PETG, ULTEM or even metal, at Synaptic Vanguard, we offer three options: PLA, ABS and PETG.

FDM 3D Printing in the Workplace

  • A few sectors that are adopting 3D printing to quickly bring items to market include Architecture, Engineering and Construction for architectural scaling of building models for easy visualization.
  • Many automotive companies use FDM 3D printers to create tools and fixtures such as jigs, molds, clamps, and manuals.
  • FDM printers are utilized to make prosthetics and implants in the medical field.
  • In the consumer product industry, FDM 3D printers are being used to create low-volume customized products for a fraction of the cost.

 Our Services

With Synaptic Vanguard FDM 3D Printing Service, we meet our clients project goals and schedules, we offer a wide range of materials for FDM 3D Printing. Simply upload your parts to our website, and we’ll get to work.

Our Standards

Maximum build size250 x 250 x 300 mm
Standard lead time1-3 business days (varies from printed size and layer height)
Dimensional accuracy± 1% with a lower limit of ± 1 mm
Layer height50-300 μm


  1. How does 3D printing work?

Our 3D printers use a blueprint file (.stl) that tells them how to make the part. The printer heats and extrudes Polylactic Acid (PLA) in a series of layers, creating one layer on top of another until the model is complete. Depending on the size, density, precision, and other part factors, this procedure can take several hours to complete.

  1. What is an .stl file?

A stereolithography (stl) file is a file format for 3D printers that contains the blueprint for printing a part. Many 3D software tools, such as 3D Studio Max, Maya, Google Sketchup, and Blender, create the.stl file as an export option.

  1. How long will it take to print?

Printing takes hours, not minutes, and might vary depending on the.stl file’s amount of detail and other criteria. Those that are larger and more precise take longer to print than models that are smaller and less precise.

  1. What is the process for submitting my file for print?

You can submit your 3D print request through our website. Alternatively, save your  .stl file to a flash drive and bring it to the company. You must agree to the terms of use before your object will be printed. 3D print requests will be printed on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  1. How large can my 3D model be?

The maximum dimensions for a 3D model are 250 x 250 x 300 mm



Precision DLP 3D Printing Service

DLP is a method of vat polymerization that stands for Digital Light Processing. Vat polymerization 3D printing technologies use a (liquid) photopolymer resin that cures (solidifies) when exposed to light.

How to get started with DLP 3D Printing

DLP is used to make photopolymer parts quickly. The DLP machine cures the entire layer at once with a projected light source. Layer by layer, the portion takes shape. The part is formed layer by layer. DLP printers are well-known for their high print speed and their ability to generate intricately designed products and parts rapidly and accurately.

Popular Applications of DLP 3D printing

Many industries use DLP printing to print highly detailed resin designs such as toys, jewelry molds, dentistry molds, figurines, and other finely detailed products.

Our Services

With Synaptic Vanguard DLP 3D Printing Service, you can innovate, create, and mold your imagination. We offer a diverse range of materials for DLP 3D Printing in order to satisfy the project goals and deadlines of our clients. Simply upload your parts to our website, and we’ll get to work.

Our Standards



Maximum build size

190 × 120 × 200 mm 

Standard lead time

1-2 business days

Dimensional accuracy

± 0.8% with a lower limit of ± 0.2 mm

Layer height

0.01mm – 0.05mm




  1. What is the difference between DLP vs SLA?

Both are photopolymer 3D printing technologies, although DLP uses a more traditional light source, such as an arc lamp, rather than UV light, as SLA does. DLP cures one entire layer at once, whereas SLA printers use a laser to draw a path and then cure along that path.

  1. How is DLP cheaper than other methods of 3D printing?

DLP employs a shallow vat of resin for each printing and uses everything within the vat. As a result, expenses will be cheaper and waste will be reduced.

  1. How do DLP printers compare to other 3D printers?

DLP printers are larger than other 3D printers because they contain a projector that projects an image to be produced.

  1. What kinds of materials can be used in DLP printing?

DLP printers usually print with photopolymers, although some businesses offer DLP printers that can print with alternative materials including rubber and thermoplastics.

  1. Can DLP printers be used to print large, intricate pieces?

DLP printing is not suited for really large goods since the size of the object printed is dependent on the size of the projector and the resolution of the image it projected.

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