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SOFTWARE FOR

SUPPORT-FREE

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING ON YOUR 3D-PRINTER

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SOFTWARE FOR

COST-EFFECTIVE

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING ON YOUR 3D-PRINTER

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AFTER
BEFORE

Make your first
support-free part

Using our data preparation software GENESIS you can manufacture many parts with overhanging surfaces in the range from 45° down to 20° without supports. This software generates the hatching strategies which are tailored for each layer of the manufactured part and considers all local geometrical particularities, especially overhangs.

Minimize
support structures

The use of software GENESIS for data preparation allows you to avoid the support structures in the range from 45° down to 20° and therefore to minimize the total support volume. For the overhangs in the range between 0° and 20° the application of support structures is still unavoidable.

AFTER
BEFORE

Increase cost efficiency

Save up to 30% total costs
using GENESIS

FROM DESIGN TO MANUFACTURING

Use GENESIS to prepare parts for printing

GENESIS is a knowledge-based data preparation software for additive manufacturing. The software performs the following data preparation steps:

  • Import of CAD-data of the printed part (in STL-format)
  • Generation of light-weight support structure  
  • Slicing of part and support structure
  • Hatching of part and support structure (simulation-based tailored hatching strategies as well as conventional hatching strategies)
  • Calculation of total manufacturing costs for the printed part
  • Export of slicing and hatching data for the printing process

The software generates the simulation-based hatching strategies which are tailored for each layer of the manufactured part with an account of local geometrical particularities, especially overhangs. Using the tailored hatching strategies, you will be able to reduce support structures in the range from 45° down to 20°.

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