Autodesk Netfabb software offers a complete toolset that streamlines workflows and reduces build errors.

Use Autodesk Netfabb software to optimise designs, reduce print errors and draft custom toolpath strategies.

Autodesk Netfabb
  • Autodesk Netfabb Software

    Netfabb software offers a complete toolset that streamlines workflows and reduces build errors. It includes efficient build preparation capabilities alongside tools for optimizing designs for additive manufacturing, simulating metal additive processes, and planning for CNC post-processing.

    Netfabb is offered in three different solutions: Standard, Premium, and Ultimate. Netfabb Standard allows you to prepare & modify parts for manufacture, automate file analysis & import 3D file formats. Premium takes it up a level by including advanced build supports, automatic 3D packing, and the generation of complex lattice structures. Ultimate is the full works, where you get everything included above plus the enhanced features of automation, advanced tool-pathing and a subscription of Fusion 360 with generative design.

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  • Autodesk Netfabb pricing

    Product Cost
    Autodesk Netfabb Standard, Single User, Annual Subscription £235
    Autodesk Netfabb Standard, Single User, 3 Year Subscription £635
    Autodesk Netfabb Premium, Single User, Annual Subscription £4,245
    Autodesk Netfabb Premium, Single User, 3 Year Subscription £11,460
    Autodesk Netfabb Ultimate, Single User, Annual Subscription £13,265
    Autodesk Netfabb Ultimate, Single User, 3 Year Subscription £35,815
  • Netfabb frequently asked questions

    • What are the system requirements for Netfabb?

      The system requirements for Netfabb 2020 can be found here. If you are still unsure, drop our support team a line who will be able to assist.

    • What's the difference between Netfabb Standard, Premium & Ultimate?

      Netfabb Standard version is ideally suited for any AM technology, for importing and fixing CAD models, fixing scanned models, and comes in at a very low cost. The next level up is Premium. This tends to focus more on the added features, like lattice and light-weighting. The ultimate version goes deeper into full simulations of actual builds, to give the best chance to test builds using actual machine parameters.

       

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