Netfabb® additive manufacturing software has tools that help you to streamline your additive workflow and quickly get from a 3D model to successfully printed parts. Netfabb® Local Simulation helps you:
Predict deformation: predict how metal additive manufactured parts will deform so that designs can be compensated
Detect re-coater interference: helps eliminate re-coater damage, which causes expensive downtime and manufacturing delays
Predict build support failures: helps part designers and manufacturing engineers to optimize the support designs
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Netfabb Ultimate and Netfabb Local Simulation Educational License Request Form
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