ESPRIT Additive PBF now supports heavy STL files, such as lattice structure. In this video, we demonstrate how easy it is to prepare STL lattice structure files, including transforming, manipulating, and slicing. Using the ESPRIT Additive kernel, STL handling surpasses the capabilities of SolidWorks. Users may even choose the appropriate slicer (parametric or mesh) for imported features. Part-to-build workflow now natively handles heavy STL files, allowing ESPRIT Additive PBF to be the right choice for mass production of lattice-structured parts for the aviation and medical industries.
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