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Published on Dec 8, 2015
Five clips of interactive designs done in Meshmixer (and one of 3D-printed metal support structures!). This demo reel played on a loop in our Meshmixer booth at Autodesk University 2015.
Note that these demos show some features that we have not released yet (as of 12/8/2015, Meshmixer 2.9.4). Coming soon!!
Order of clips is: 1) 3D-printed prosthetic socket. This is a collaboration with the 3D PrintAbility project from UToronto / CBM Canada, now http://niatech.org/ 2) Metal Support Structures (removal) 3) Designing a Multi-Material Screwdriver handle 4) 1-minute Lightweighting of a bracket 5) Designing a body-fitting shoulder panel from a 3D scan, and then a clip to mount a camera on the panel 6) Designing a form-fitting multi-material base for a cordless drill, based on a 123D Catch scan