Voronoi lattice ramping thickness and spacing
Published on April 6, 2020
Voronoi lattices are one of the most popular advanced geometric structures. They are used as structural ribs to increase stiffness, shock absorption elements in 3D printed foams, or just to improve the aesthetics of your designs due to their organic look.
In this nTop Live, Evan Pilz, Application Engineer at nTop, gives a crash course on Voronoi lattice structure design in nTop. He explains how to control every aspect of their geometry to achieve your specific design goals.
Watch and learn how to:
- Apply a Voronoi lattice on any surface that conforms to its geometry
- Spatially control the size, spacing, thickness, and height of each unit cell
- Blend the lattice with your part and reuse the workflow to explore design variations
Download the files used here.
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