Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium or higher, Windows 8.1 Pro or Windows 10.
CPU: Intel CoreI3 / AMD A8 or better.
Memory: 4Gb RAM
Display Resolution: 1024x768
Graphics Card: 256Mb Nvidia GeForce, Quadro or AMD Radeon
Disk Space: 50Mb Installation
Media: Download from web site.
1 It all starts with an idea..
Using standard CAD packages (e.g. Rhino, Solidworks or 3DVia), design a product and import it into Studio as a .STL or .OBJ format.
2 Design the experience..
Digital Forming Studio will allow you to configure an interactive experience around your base design(s) and create the interface for customer engagement.
3 Publish & Integrate..
Publish your interactive product to the web via a dedicated control panel in the cloud and integrate it with your website and shopping cart.
4 Bolt on production..
Bolt on our production manage- ment tools so you can fulfil customer orders using any digital manufacturing process, including 3D printing.
A brief introduction to the tools in Studio to help get started. This includes some terminology explanations, as well as detailed explanations of the icons used.
A guide on how to prepare your CAD files before importing them into Studio. It is crucial to understand tessellation in order to achieve optimal performance for both visualization and 3D printing. Click below to learn more.
This tutorial will familiarise you with how Studio works, as well as showing how to use a simple but effective customization tool, allowing you to create a library of product options for your design.
The text tool allows text to be applied to a product's surface. This tutorial will go through the basics of adding and positioning text, as well as an explanation of all the text tool options.
The dynamic skin tool allows a series of geometries to cover a product, like a skin. Modifications using this tool allow for the application of different textures and finishes to a product.
The soft poly tool allows the shape of a product to change in a continuous and smooth way. The product can be stretched, twisted, inflated and compressed as well as being morphed between two geometries. This tutorial will give an introduction to morphing geometries.