Category Archives: Autodesk Netfabb

Autodesk University: How is Generative Design used within additive manufacturing?

Autodesk’s software user conference, Autodesk University (AU), took place this week in London with industry professionals from all over the world converging to experience the latest innovations in CAD technologies. I attended the event to see a wide range of exhibitions, classes, lectures and hands-on sessions demonstrating the use of CAD in industries such as […]

3D Printing Industry and Protolabs design competition winner announced, 2018 Awards update

Voting in 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards closes in one week. Then on May 17th, leaders in the 3D printing industry will meet in London for the announcement of the winners. At our gala-event, the winners will be presented with a unique trophy. As in the previous year we asked MyMiniFactory to invite their global […]

3D printed anti-pollution mask optimized with help from Sinterit and Autodesk

3D designer Bartłomiej Gaczorek has produced a mask that filters out polluted air on a Sinterit Lisa SLS 3D printer. Gaczorek, who has previously 3D printed an exoskeleton for children suffering from SMA (Spinal  Muscular Atrophy), designed the “brifo” mask, also aimed at younger users, on Autodesk Netfabb, before SLS 3D printing it with multiple materials. The bare […]