There has been a new update of Netfabb released and some may not be aware of what Netfabb is, or the amazing things it can do for 3D printing. The sweet spots in the update are the changes to latticing, update to latticing, the new interface, new machine integrations, and some updates to Netfabb simulation to speed up your process and improve the accuracy of your results. What’s New in Autodesk Netfabb 2019.1
We used Netfabb for the process to create and make the trophies for the Design & Manufacturing Awards 2018. The trophies were designed in Fusion 360 and then 3D printed in metal and presented to customers and partners at the recent Autodesk University.
These are the manufacturing customers who blew us away in 2018
List of the Winners in the categories:
Category: Innovator of the Year
Winner: Claudius Peters
Category: Engineering the Impossible
Winner: NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Category: Industry Disruptor
Winner: General Motors
Category: Industry Convergence
Winner: Valk Welding & DSV
Category: Making a Better World
Category: AU Design Challenge
Winner: Anne Pauley
Some photos I took of the trophies when we shipped them from the Portland office.