What tools do you use to create lattice structure for 3d printing?
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    Post What tools do you use to create lattice structure for 3d printing?

    There are some tools can be used to create lattice structure on 3d models, such as Meshmixer, nTopology,3-matic.
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    I get Meshmixer and test that. But i cannot get other tools. And I find there is some limitation when i use meshmixer.
    What is the best tool to do that?
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    What software are you using to program the printer? Every time I've created programs for printing the software created the support structures. It wasn't something I had to do with something else.

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    I think nTopology has probably the most clever and ingenuitive approach to creating, defining, and analyzing these structures. I have not put it into practice but they certainly stand out from the crowd.

    The rest seem more like a battle over who has a better UI/UX to change and adapt the structures, whereas nTopology is kind of reinventing how it's done altogether.

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    for some 3d models, support structure is necessary. if you print a complex model,usually it can not be avoid.

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    nTopology seems a good tool. But i cannot find more information about the software,and don't know if it works well


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