Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

FFF (Also known as Fused Filament Deposition, FDM) is a 3D printing process that involves feeding a continuous filament of thermoplastic material through a heated extruder. In this method, the filament is melted and extruded layer by layer to construct a three-dimensional object. This technique is notable for its versatility and ease of use, making it popular for both hobbyist and professional applications in creating detailed, customizable objects​​​​.

We support a broad range of 3D printing materials including PLA, ABS, ASA, Polycarbonate, Carbon Fiber, Nylon, PETG and more.

Innova 3D, LLC. proudly offers materials from PolyMaker, Zyltech, and more. See below data sheets for a selection of PolyMaker products that we offer.

High Definition Printing Utilizing SLA (Stereolithography)

SLA is a 3D printing technology that uses a laser to cure liquid resin into hardened plastic in a process called photo polymerization. This method allows for extremely high-resolution printing, capable of producing parts with fine details and a smooth surface finish. SLA is particularly favored for applications that require precise geometries and intricate details, such as dental work, jewelry design, and prototyping for various industries.

We include the following for service:

FormLabs Clear Resin, FormLabs Flexible Resin, FormLabs Elastic Resin, FormLabs Tough Resin, FormLabs Draft Resin.