Industrial design DfAM series: Designing a 3D printed wrist rest
Published on November 3, 2020
Key Software Capabilities
- Lattice structures
Tristan Antonsen, Fast Radius
Using an opportunity to design an ergonomic, latticed wrist rest 3D printed with Carbon DLS to explore the advanced design capabilities of nTop. nTop provides an extremely versatile toolset for Industrial Designers to realise geometries infeasible with other softwares. Capabilities such as generating a complex lattice structure, tuning the structure with data-driven fields, and performing complex boolean operations are nearly (if not totally) impossible with most softwares, but it can happen in real time in nTop.
Watch and learn how to:
- Easily customize surface textures, labels, and other aesthetic details
- Tune performance based on testing and user preference
- Perform complex boolean operations to result in a single, homogenous part
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