CoreTechnologie highlights 3D additive-manufacturing software

Nov. 15, 2017

Frankfurt/Main, Germany. The German-French software producer CoreTechnologie is presenting its new 3D additive-manufacturing software at this year’s Formnext trade fair. With the innovative tool, CAD data of all common formats for 3D printing processes can be processed and analyzed with special test profiles with regard to different rapid manufacturing procedures.

Especially for metal printing processes, the new 3D additive manufacturing software can be used to create support structures for production as well as lattice geometries for lightweight construction and material savings. The CAD models can be used as intelligent B-Rep geometry by robust direct modeling functions, offering significant advantages over the machining of tessellated models. The clear graphic interface of the system allows a direct and easy modification of critical geometry areas as well as the reduction of the complexity of the parts to be printed.

By freely selectable slicing parameters, the roughness is displayed and the components can be automatically positioned by the system in such a way that selected areas have the best possible surface. The database contains standard machine types with their building spaces. Intelligent nesting functions ensure fast simple filling for optimal utilization of the building space and thus maximum efficiency.

The 3D additive-manufacturing software has sophisticated interfaces for CATIA, NX, SolidWorks, Creo, JT, STEP, and more. The healing functions of the system ensure the best possible data quality of the converted models optimized for 3D printing, which can be stored in the amf, 3mf and stl formats. This ensures that quality mesh models are sent to the printer.

The 3D software will be presented to interested parties at the Formnext trade fair through November 17 in Frankfurt.


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