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Netfabb Software - Software for 3D Printing - 3D Software for STL files - fixing, repair, editing, merge STL data for Rapid Manufacturing - STL Viewers and STL repair

Netfabb Software - Software for 3D Printing - 3D Software for STL files - fixing, repair, editing, merge STL data for Rapid Manufacturing - STL Viewers and STL repair

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STLfix by Materialise Go to FAQ page to find out how this online service works. Please use Minimagics to zip your file before uploading. Once your file is fixed you can always discuss the result with one of our engineers by using any convenient way for you. For more information on the Materialise software solutions have a look at our website: LEGO Digital Designer 4.3.8 download - This is the software publisher’s description. As far back as 1999, a group of visionary LEGO product developers and engineers started thinking about letting people design their own LEGO products. They imagined people of all ages, anywhere in the world, being able create any design they could dream up – using an intuitive, free tool for digital design. The first milestone was achieved in July 2003, when version 1.0 of LEGO Digital Designer was released.

Cura: An Unusual Slicer 3D Hacker has posted an interesting video interview with David Braam, the developer of Cura. What's Cura? It's a new 3D printing management program designed to drive the Ultimaker personal 3D printer. Braam used his own Ultimaker for some time but noticed problems in the software environment, specifically around time delays. 3D printing is usually a very slow process, both in printing and the software to slice the 3D model for printing. He decided to do something about it and created Cura to overcome the issues.

Creative Cloud The Adobe USA site has been optimized for users within the United States. If you live outside the U.S., we recommend that you visit your local site for the most relevant information, including pricing, promotions, and local events. United States MeshMixer 2.0: Best Newcomer in a Supporting Role? I’ve recently been putting my Ultimaker² through its paces, and one of the pieces that I wanted to try printing was Dizingof’s Joint Stars. It’s a lovely piece of interlocked geometry, but hard to print on an extrusion-based 3D printer due to the large overhanging limbs that start in mid-air. Another was TheRat’s Dragon – which also had some significant overhangs, as well as large thin wings which seemed unlikely to withstand the rigors of repeated passes to build up the height without some extra anchor points to minimize flexing. The generic overhang-angle-based blanket support the Cura and other slicers offer seemed like a poor choice, and one that was likely to result in such extensive coverage that the finished surfaces would be quite badly damaged. Autodesk acquired the Meshmixer package back in the fall of 2011, and after a couple of years, the 2.0 release has finally seen the light of day with some significant new features and an upgraded user interface.

Filter Forge - Great Solution To Your Digital Issues Don't Forget to participate in a contest where you can win an amazing e-Commerce template from TemplateMonster. Whether you are a novice or an expert digital artist, Filter Forge will prove to be a great tool that will ease your work with various projects. It is a high-end plugin for Adobe Photoshop that will allow you to create visual effects, enhance photos, process images, and the list may go on. DesignSpark Mechanical Loading DesignSpark, please wait... We apologise for the slowness of this page You are using Internet Explorer 6, upgrading your browser will greatly enhance your experience using DesignSpark The gateway to online resources and design support for engineers, powered by RS ComponentsAllied At RS Components and Allied Electronics we love helping you take your ideas from concept to creation.

Don’t Go Back To School My studiomate Kio Stark just launched her latest ebook titled Don’t Go Back to School. Fact is, schools don’t have a monopoly on learning anymore as more people are declining traditional education and college degrees. Instead they’re getting the knowledge, training, and inspiration they need outside of the classroom. Learn how to use a 3D printer Course Description The free online course How To Use A 3D Printer introduces you to the hardware and software technology behind 3D printing. The course begins by introducing you to the hardware used in 3D printing. You will learn about the different plastic filaments that are used and you will pick up tips on how to feed the plastic filament into the 3D printer for optimal performance. You will learn about the different components of a 3D printer such as the extruder nozzle and contact sensor and their functions.

45 Creative Buttons And Badges Tutorials Don't Forget to participate in a contest where you can win an amazing e-Commerce template from TemplateMonster. For today’s round up, we have gathered 45 tutorials that will let you learn how to create appealing and fine looking buttons and badges for your website. All these tutorials are different from one another but they all make use of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Animals Dresses As People I find these fashion photos of animals dressed as people by Yago Partal oddly charming. (Thank you Keef)

Learn how 3d printing metal works - Top 3 ways! There’s been a lot of buzz lately about 3D printing metals like steel and bronze – but how exactly does it work? 3D printing with metal has a plethora of applications in industries like jewelry, medical, dental, and manufacturing. Although most of these applications are focused on corporate use cases, there are companies working on making it possible for consumers to 3D print with metal on their desktop printers. Here’s how the technology behind 3D printing metal works: Top 3 Methods For 3D Printing Metal 1.