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Rapid Prototyping

FDM Process Prototyping

Denver Plastics employs the FDM Process for rapid prototyping. FDM stands for Fused Deposition Modeling and is a thermal process using non-toxic materials for rapid part creation. FDM allows a simple virtual computer model to provide the basis for a complex 3D model in a matter of minutes or hours, depending upon the sophistication of the part.

FDM produces superior rapid prototypes. The FDM system can build just about any geometry you have in mind. The great advantage of this technique is the durability of the material used, the stability of the mechanical properties over time and the quality of the parts.

FDM is the perfect solution for:

  • Prototypes for functional testing; you can install and run the parts in your production intent material for the best possible proof that your design really works
  • Prototypes for form and fit testing
  • Prototypes directly constructed in production materials
  • Quality parts with a high stability
  • Durable single piece parts up to 23-5/8" x 19-11/16" x 23-5/8" (Metric: 600 x 500 x 600 mm)
  • Low volume production

See some of the other advantages that doing business with Denver Plastics can bring to your products:

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At Denver Plastics, additional capabilities include custom decorating, product assembly and full packaging with on-time delivery. We're bringing the future of plastics manufacturing to you today. With all we have to offer, shouldn't we be working with you? Call us today!

Leading Edge Technology

At Denver Plastics, combining leading edge production with superior customer service is a corporate philosophy we strive for everyday. From start to finish, from operators to plant supervisors, everyone participates in quality. This is demonstrated by our ISO 9001-2015 certification. We also are building partnerships with our suppliers for continuous improvements. At Denver Plastics, we provide innovative solutions for your injection molding needs.

Large Tonnage Capacity

Great ideas come in all shapes and sizes. Denver Plastics full complement of machinery enables us to produce products from one ounce to 24 pounds. Our machines range from 77 ton to 2200 tons.

ISO 9002 Certification

See our ISO Certification page for a look at any of our companies' ISO certificates and to learn what they mean for you and your product.

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