3-matic design (+ CADLink): Re-engineer parts with a plethora of mesh functionality and easy conversion to STEP or IGES. Make maximal use of the fact that in Additive Manufacture complexity is free by optimizing designs using world-class mesh operations. As opposed to traditional CAD, mesh operation will give you the ultimate design freedom to design organic shapes that mimic nature’s behavior or customized body-centric parts (glasses, insoles, hearing aids, shoes, implants, dental aligners…).
All imports modules: You can create STL data from native and non-native CAD data, including IGES, VDA, Vrml, Catia V4, V5 and V6, UG, Pro-E and STEP files. In addition, it offers import and meshing functionality for point cloud data.
Lattice module: Optimize designs for additive manufacturing with quality lattice structures to decrease weight or add porosity functionality. Make maximal use of the fact that in Additive Manufacture complexity is free by optimizing volumes with a high-quality lattice. A lattice can be used for functional purposes (e.g., lightweight structures for airplane parts, porous structures to optimize bone in growth for medical parts, cushioning for insoles…) as well as to improve aesthetics.
Remesh module: It allows you to fully prepare your parts for CAE applications. The surface mesh is optimized through different manual and automatic remesh operations, which control the quality and size of the part’s surface triangulation.
Texturing module: Quickly create high-quality textures, with added features for fast design iterations. Make maximal use of the fact that in Additive Manufacture complexity is free by optimizing surfaces with high-quality textures. A texture can be used for aesthetic purposes (e.g., leather texture on a dashboard) as well as to improve functionality (cushioning, aerodynamics…).
Tooling Module: Used for creating molds and conformal cooling channels.
Magics Rp and Build Processors: Software for platform preparation. This software is the interface between any CAD software and any 3D printer. The build processors allow to build in 3D geometry directly into the slice data, e.g. like light weight structures in a graph representation.