Generative Design For 3D Printing

Apart from 3D Printing, generative design is another hot topic in the recent years. But what is generative design? Generative design is an iterative design process that involves a program (usually involving algorithms) that can generate various outputs that meet the constraints and rules set by the designer. 

The output will shows the design possibilities that can be used in various design fields such as art, architecture, communication design and product design.

Generative design usually produces lattice-like structures design giving the product a trendy and unique look and feel without losing the strength and properties yet promotes lightweight and reduce material wastage.

Let’s take a look on some of the products used by 3D Printing:

New Balance Footwear with 3D-printed midsoles that could be customized to suit the runner’s individual pace.

Images credit to Dezeen

UNYQ Align is a 3D-printed personalised, fasionable and breathable back brace that is light and stylish for patients suffer from spinal curvature.

Images credit to Dezeen

General Motors is using generative design for tremendous advancement on their vehicles for lighter and more efficient.

Images credits to Autodesk

Besides applying generative design on medical, industrial and lifestyle, we can also apply lattice design on jewellery.

Check out some of these unique 3D Printed jewellery that you can consider for yourself and your loved ones at Ginkgo3D Shop.

The Ginkgo Press Team

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