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Autodesk Heading to Rapid + TCT

Next week the Autodesk Netfabb team is heading to Fort Worth, TX for Rapid + TCT! If you haven’t heard of this conference before, it is a great opportunity to see the latest processes, applications, materials & research in additive manufacturing. You can learn more about the event here.

Kimberly Stout

What’s New in Autodesk Netfabb: March 2018 Release (version 2018.3)

With the latest release of Netfabb (2018.3) all tiers will notice improvements to the core functionality and user experience, as well as updates to the Simulation, PowerShape, and Advanced Toolpath Utilities.

Let’s dive into just a few of the new capabilities we’re excited about:

Simulation is now available within Autodesk Netfabb!

Kimberly Stout

Join Autodesk at AMUG 2018

The Autodesk Netfabb team will be heading to the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference this April 8-12th in St. Louis, Missouri. This conference brings together engineers, designers, managers, and educators to share challenges, best practices, and developments in additive manufacturing. You can learn more about the conference and get registered here.

Kimberly Stout

What’s New in Netfabb Release for December 2017 (Version 2018.2)

We are continually updating Autodesk Netfabb with new features, capabilities, and connectivity.  With the release of Netfabb 2018.2 earlier this week, all tiers have seen improvements to the core functionality and user experience, along with updates to the Optimization, Simulation, and Powershape Utilities.

Let’s have a look at a few of the new capabilities included in the latest release:

Solid Model Workflow

The solid model workflow was introduced as a technology preview in Netfabb 2018.1,

Brian Sather

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