In a new partnership to improve solutions for 3D printing users, Substance and CoreTechnologie are expanding options in surface design, as well as integrating virtual reality (VR) for better workflow. As Substance (owned by Adobe) brings software for 3D digital materials to the table and CoreTechnologie offers a suite of solutions, designers can enjoy over 5,000 different surfaces.
Surface quality is an ongoing issue for 3D printing issues; however, without proper inspection regarding model quality before printing, prototypes and parts could be affected in a variety of different—and negative—ways. Only closed solids should be used in the printing process as users seek accurate topology and texture.
CoreTechnologie claims that with its 4D_Additive software, added strength is offered due to rapid evaluation of quality in CAD models, along with both automatic and manual repair, analyzed in the following common formats: CATIA SOLIDWORKS CREO NX STEP JT With the software, designers […]
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