Functional toolpath design for FDM/FFF
Published on May 18, 2020
Extrusion-based additive manufacturing (FDM/FFF) is the most popular 3D printing technology today. It is also one of the few advanced manufacturing processes that can produce high-performance, closed-cell structures.
In this Live Session, Blake Courter, nTop's Chief Technology Officer, will show you how you can engineer and customize functional infills for FDM/FFF 3D printing as well as a variety of other deposition processes.
Watch this recording to learn how to:
- Prepare CAD data for FDM/FFF in nTop
- Produce continuous infill toolpaths from disjoint implicit bodies
- Achieve variable density and multiscale infill
Click here to access the files used during today’s session.
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