Join us for a Webinar and the launch of Metafold's LightCycle DfAM software!
For complex parts you're struggling to design: Metafold's LightCycle software will get you there faster and in fewer steps.
The beta trial of LightCycle will be kicking off after a webinar with our CTO Daniel Hambleton on August 30th. We’ll be showcasing our new workflow for creating detailed parts for 3D printing and show you how to speed up your process on parts with lattices and other surface types (way beyond the gyroid!)
Register and invite your colleagues!
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You’ll learn how to create complex parts (like those you see below) in as a little as three steps:
- Import your part
- Select a recommended lattice
- Get ready to export!
Here are just a few features we’re excited about in this release:
- Blazing fast geometry processing and volume visualization
- Guided lattice selection for compression applications
- Export to STL, PNG stack, tetrahedral mesh or openVDB
- API access for integration into existing workflows
- Bulk geometry generation for ML
- All new UI
We'd also love to hear from you about pilot projects or collaborations. Let's talk.
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As always, you can find more info at metafold3d.com or by visiting our social pages.
This webinar kicks off the Beta trial of the LightCycle software -- join us!
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