Additive manufacturing and design software
Netfabb® additive manufacturing software has tools that help streamline your additive workflow and quickly get from a 3D model to successfully printed parts.
FIT AG Germany explains how Autodesk software helps them to make better parts. The Autodesk suite of software includes expert solutions for both additive (Netfabb) and subtractive (PowerMill) applications.
Introduction to Netfabb for Print Studio UsersAutodesk Netfabb is the next generation of industrial-strength 3D printing software for Windows. It allows for extensive customization of supports, mesh repair, and overall workflow, to optimize your production process. Netfabb has several pricing tiers, including a free version.
You can download a trial of Netfabb Premium from http://www.Netfabb.com, that reverts to the free Netfabb Basic after 30 days if you don't buy it.
This tutorial will teach Ember users, who have been using Print Studio, to print a part using the equivalent workflow in Netfabb Basic. We’ll import a model, position it on the build platform, create supports, choose printer settings, and send the print data to Ember.