By pranalimate101
Not meant as a dig, I love this sub, but does anyone know of a 3d printing sub that focuses more on technical applications of 3d printing (automotive, medical, aero, etc) as well as technologies other than just FDM (SLM, binderjet, etc)? Thanks!
By matthewgrace9x
The material extrusion equipment is the most common - and cheapest - type of 3D printing technology in the world. You may be familiar with them as the Fused Deposition Model, or FDM. They are also sometimes referred to as Fused Fiber Fabrication or FFF.