Before any 3D printing process, we need to have a 3D model. We have seen many people create 3D models using CAD software, Freeform software, Jewellery software or even using Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator to create models for 3D Printing.
Most of the software will have its own niche features and its strength and weakness. The toughest question that most of us will ask is “Which is the best software?”. There is no best software but we should find the software that meets your needs and that will be the best software for each individual.
Beside modeling software, the slicer software plays an important role in preparing and generating G-code before sending for 3D printing. Most of the 3D printers will come with its slicer software and some are free source.
- There is an All-in-One, Integrated Software where you can design, prepare, optimize and 3D print high-quality parts for industrial additive manufacturing?
- This All-in-One, Integrated Software is able to streamlines workflow from design to post-processing?
This All-in-One, Integrated Software is 3DXpert!
3DXpert supports every step of the additive manufacturing workflow from design to post-processing. With 3DXpert, you can streamline your additive manufacturing process to transition quickly and efficiently from a 3D CAD model to a high-quality, 3D-printed part.
With 3DXpert, you can optimize design structure with lighter weights and enhanced functional properties. The benefit of having an integrated software is you can shorten design to manufacturing lead time.
What you can achieve with 3DXpert?
- Shorten design-to-manufacturing lead time. Streamline your preparation and optimization process.
- Minimize manufacturing costs. Reduce print time, material consumption, and post-processing.
What you can do with 3DXpert?
- importing, positioning, modifying, optimizing, designing, simulating, analyzing, and programming post-processing operations.
3DXpert is ideal for include innovative assemblies that reduce part counts and provide greater strength and efficiency, including optimized structure and lower weight.
Some typical use cases include:
- Brackets and blades with optimized structures
- Patient-specific implants
- Low-volume production of standard implants
- Complex anatomical shapes and surgical implants with surface lattice
- Conformal cooling inserts
With 3DXpert, you do not need to go back and forth between several different solutions to get the job done. Now you can:
- Import native part data directly from CAD.
- Position the part and modify it for printability.
- Optimize the geometry and create lattice structures.
- Create optimal supports.
- Simulate printing and post-processing to ensure a successful print.
- Set optimal printing strategies.
- Calculate the scan path.
- Arrange the build platform.
- Program machining of the final product.
- Send to print for any industrial printer.
Join ECS Singapore’s Live Webinar on 30th July 2020 at 11.00am SGT to learn more about 3DXpert and Powder-based Printing Technology.
ECS Singapore invited Lawrence Rajah and Anki Jo from 3D Systems to share with you the awesome features in 3DXpert.