Advancing 3D Printing Technology with SOLIDWORKS
Based on years of engineering experience, Idea Factory (IF) Adamas set out to design a fast, easy-to-use, low-cost 3D printer accessible for a broad community. The ultimate goal: bring advanced 3D printing capabilities to the world.
After three years of development, IF Adamas introduced its advanced DDDrop 3D printer. The DDDrop can handle large builds, is incredibly accurate and can navigate difficult, otherwise unwieldy, materials at varying temperatures – and the entire printer, from the machine to marketing materials and product guides, were built in SOLIDWORKS.
WATCH THE VIDEO to see how IF Adamas is forwarding 3D printing technology by using SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD to design, SOLIDWORKS Simulation to evaluate materials and SOLIDWORKS Product Data Management to control file revisions and project data on its products.
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