3DXpert DfAM by Oqton

A Powerful Solution for All Your Design for Additive Manufacturing Needs

3DXpert DfAM (design for additive manufacturing) offers a hybrid design environment including boundary representation (solids and surface) mesh, voxels, and implicit modeling. All these are combined and offered with the power of a full-fledged CAD software, including history-based parametric features.

Dedicated DfAM tools are available, including lattices, infills, textures, and implicit modeling. Design tools take orientation and printability into account, allowing for maximum, fully manufacturable design complexity.

Finally, the created geometry can be prepared for printing directly within 3DXpert and sent to the printer, or it can be exported to any other build prep tool.

Why 3DXpert DfAM?

Optimize Design

Hybrid modeling: solid, mesh, and implicit design tools alongside lattices and textures allow users to achieve accurate designs, no matter the complexity.

Reduce Weight and Material

Lower part weight, material usage, and printing time and enhance functional part properties while complying with the part mechanical specifications.

Build Your Own Structures

Utilize an array of tools that allow users to build lattice cells, textures, and implicit models to suit any needs.

Key Features

Design for Additive Manufacturing

Optimize your design for additive manufacturing with a complete toolset including solid, mesh, implicit design, lattices, infills, and textures.

Manufacturability in Mind

Keep your designs printable and manufacturable with automatic adjustments and validation tools.

Volumetric Lattice and Infill Structures

Hollow out parts while maintaining their shape and meeting their mechanical specifications. Use conformal structures that can take on the shape of the part.

Surface Texture

Apply printable and conformal textures to achieve the required texture for each surface. Use web-lines to add structural strength to the part.

Implicit Modeling

Design extremely complex geometries and describe shapes by using the most efficient tools and mathematical functions available.

Lattice Optimization

Run a finite element (FE) analysis on lattices and parts. Use it to optimize lattice elements to meet functional requirements while minimizing weight, material, and build time.