Sculpt allows users to tweak designs with a freehand technique and then print their designs on a 3D printer
A mirror features allows users to create identical patterns on both sides of the virtual clay
Bending and patterns can be molded freehand with the mouse cursor or with line tools
Shaping models in Sculpt is like molding with digital clay
The paint feature is optimized for Color Jet Printing on 3D Systems' Projet X60 printer
Cubify Sculpt is an new application that lets users create 3D printable designs more naturally
3D Systems, the creators of the Cubify 3D Printer, has just released a CAD-like application that allows users to shape models like they were digital clay. Cubify Sculpt gives users the opportunity to freeform shape objects, giving a more natural feel to the design process and making it more accessible to the less-experienced designer.
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