3D Printing

3D Printing in Mathematica 11

Mathematica Version 11 provides fully integrated capabilities to directly 3D print geometric models, using either an online printing service or your own printer. Algorithmically generate geometric models or import 3D models from files and immediately output physical 3D objects - all highly automated for easy use unlike anything ever seen before.

Key Features

  • Directly print 3D models to local printers and online 3D printing services. »
  • Fully compatible with all standard 3D printers, including Formlabs, MakerBot, and Ultimaker printers.
  • Immediate uploading of models to 3D printer previewer applications and slicers. »
  • Seamless integration with online 3D printing services, including i.materialise, Sculpteo, Shapeways, and 3D Hubs. »
  • Easily create 3D-printable plots from a variety of plot functions. »
  • Ready-made 3D printable models from curated collections, including anatomical structures and geographic features. »
  • Directly import and export a wide range of 3D geometry and modeling formats, including STL, OBJ, and more. »
  • State-of-the-art detection of defects in 3D models and automatic repair. »
  • Utilities for analyzing, resizing, hollowing out, and adjusting 3D models. »
  • Broad support of geometric computation with built-in polygonal meshes. »
  • Detailed physical, chemical, and molecular properties of 3D printing materials. »
  • Extensive capabilities for modeling, visualizing, and analyzing 3D models. »

Related Examples

3D Printing: Easy as 1, 2, 3! »

Ready-Made 3D-Printable Models »

Automatically Detect Defects and Repair Meshes »

Direct 3D Printing »

Import 3D Models »

Create 3D-Printable Plots »

Reconstruct Models from 3D Data »

Algorithmically Generate 3D Models »

Get Properties of Models, Materials, and Costs »

Find Optimal 3D Print Orientations »

Reduce Printing Costs »

Detect Design Issues before 3D Printing »

Seamless and Highly Automated Print Process »

Save 3D Print-Ready Models »

Directly Print to Your Local Printers »

Send Your Models to 3D Printing Service Providers »