Designed for production environments, Netfabb provides efficient build preparation capabilities alongside tools for optimizing designs for additive manufacturing, simulating metal additive processes and planning for post-printing CNC operations to help you reduce costs, increase efficiency, and improve part performance.
Autodesk Netfabb solves the above problems...and more!
Netfabb includes design optimization tools that help you achieve results that are lighter in weight, as stiff or as flexible as needed, with your chosen aesthetics and unique material properties.
Generate forms optimized for stiffness and weight, based on the loads and constraints of the part. Quickly apply complex internal lattice structures and surface skins.
Netfabb imports models from all leading CAD systems and converts them to editable STL files, helping speed up file handling. Import files in batches to quickly analyze and repair multiple datasets in a single operation.
Robust mesh analysis and repair scripts generate watertight files, close holes, eliminate self-intersections and more; while mesh triangulation helps improve the resolution of your 3D Printed parts.
Netfabb includes capabilities that analyze your parts to identify areas that need support and generate build supports to help you keep preparation time and material consumption as low as possible.
Automatic packing is a fast and convenient way to find the most efficient way to pack parts on the build platform. Convert your 3D models in to layers and all relevant 3D file types before exporting slice files directly to your machines.
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