Daniel Bachmann writes:
This one is for the makers, tinkerers, hackers and sculpters among us, using Blender and other 3D software to create things, sculptures or just having fun 3D printing 3D models.
See sphereneMAKE in action:
sphereneMAKE alpha is a web-based service (for now), infilling your 3D model with a unique structure we call ADMS, Adaptive Density Minimal Surface. It supports your 3D model from the inside using minimal material while still maintaining enough strength and printd in all 3D printing materials and printing methods. You only need to add outer support structures if needed.
Upload an OBJ file and receive it back "infilled" then, slice it in your favorite slicing software. We calibrated everything so that you can print the results on FDM with a 0.4mm nozzle and therefore also should be printable in SLA, SLS, SLM.
We made sphereneMAKE to provide access to our Autonomous Design Technology, that is normaly used in engineering, to the maker community since we are makers too and are exited what artists do with it.
Have fun and keep on blending and making!
Greetings from switzerland,