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Nine Most Recent Posts in 3D Software

Battle of Software: 3ds Max vs MAYA

We know it! The 3D modeling world is actually offering a lot of possibilities and it might sometimes be complicated to see what are the best tools to use for your project. Choosing the perfect 3D modeling software is one of the most important parts of your project...

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3D software update

Tech Soft 3D has released a new version of its HOOPS Communicator kit. Tech Soft 3D, which makes software development toolkits (SDKs) for 3D printing, has released a new version of its HOOPS Communicator kit, designed for building web-based engineering applications....

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The Ins & Outs of CAM #infographic

Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) is the process of utilizing computer software to simplify and automate CNC machining and 3D printing. The software sends design data to a 3D printer or CNC machine tool, and the device follows the instructions to create the design....

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Nine Most Recent Videos in 3D Software

Velo3D Flow Software

Flow is specifically designed for Sapphire, VELO3D’s laser fusion metal additive manufacturing system. It includes tools that help with part orientation, support generation, simulated print predictions, per-surface process application, slice composer and process review. As a result, manufacturers can now print complex part geometries SupportFree, enabling volume manufacturing of parts that are otherwise impossible or uneconomical to print due to hard-to-remove support structures.

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Velo3D Intelligent Fusion™

Enabling an end-to-end integrated workflow, Intelligent Fusion™ is the technology that powers Velo3D’s Flow™ pre-print software and Sapphire™ hardware system. Intelligent Fusion is proprietary technology invented to free the conventional laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) approach from design constraints by process simulation, prediction, and closed-loop control.

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