The Autodesk Netfabb additive manufacturing and design software is one of the most popular go to platforms for design engineers and manufacturing specialists alike when it comes to creating for AM. In fact, according to Netfabb, there were already 80,000 users of its products worldwide before it became a part of the Autodesk family. Since Netfabb's acquisition by Autodesk in 2015, they have continued to expand its tools and capabilities year on year and 2019 is no exception.
With the 2019 release, users can expect to benefit from some even more powerful features, including some that were previously only available in the ultimate version. This edition of Netfabb focuses on improved productivity and enhanced lattice and simulation features, meaning designing for additive is becoming more accessible than ever.
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One of the most advantageous new features of Netfabb 2019 id the cloud based, multi-scale, metal powder bed process simulation which is now available for Netfabb subscribers beginning at the premium tier. Some of the enhanced features include:
Lattice commander was previously only available in Netfabb ultimate, the highest tier of the software, which now only the standard option lacks. Some of the updated features of lattice commander include:
Netfabb 2019 introduces a few key features which will help you to minimise your prep for additive production time. These improvements include:
For more information on the latest Netfabb 2019 features, contact our team on 01905 458000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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