About FDM Digital Solutions


In under 4 years FDM has built up the largest production facility in the UK, running systems with a build envelope of up-to 914.4 x 609.6 x 914.4mm. FDM specialise in thermoplastics which are suitably robust for engineering applications with high performance materials such as PEEK and Carbon PA available and using HP’s Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)  powder-based technology. With ongoing investment in excess of £1 million in the latest 3D printing production technology, FDM are helping change the future of direct digital manufacturing

Machine Capacity

FDM Digital Solutions has a suite of 7 Stratasys machines, 1 HP Multi Jet Fusion printer  and 2 Roboze machines — the largest commercially available capacity in the UK with the largest build envelopes for FDM processes.

The FDM Process uses common engineering thermoplastics, enabling high quality engineering components to be produced. Unlike many other processes these aren’t simulants and so they represent typical material qualities of parts made in similar materials using different processes.

The HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) Process uses an inkjet array to apply fusing and detailing agents across a bed of nylon powder, which are then fused by heating elements into a solid layer. The technology’s unique approach to binding powder results in more isotropic material properties, faster build speeds, and, ultimately, lower costs compared to other powder-based 3D printing processes.


Some of the benefits that you will get by working with FDM Digital Solutions

• Complete outsourcing facility for all your 3D printing requirements
• Largest 24 hour production facility in the UK
• Low volume production through to mass manufacture
• Specialists in Formula 1 soluble core technology
• Tier 1 Aerospace Supplier
• ISO 9001 / AS 9100 Quality Standards
• NHS medically approved materials
• In depth engineering and applications expertise across a wide variety of sectors


At FDM Digital Solutions we utilise the benefits of additive manufacturing across many different applications in many different sectors. Particular areas of focus include:

• Carbon forming soluble/lay-up tools
• Jigs and fixtures for fabrications and assemblies
• Flight ready components for aircraft interiors
• Metal-plated components
• Design for additive manufacturing consultancy
• Reverse engineering
• Short run production components


Explore the efficiencies that 3D ALM can deliver to your business

• Rapid Prototyping
• Faster concept to creation
• Reduced costs, greater accuracy and improved speed to market
• Eliminate upfront tooling costs

FDM Digital Solutions Fortus 400 & Fortus 900
FDM Digital Solutions Fortus 450
HP MJF 3D Printer - HP MJF Article - HP MJF
FDM Digital Solutions Roboze

Engineering the Future of Additive Layer Manufacturing