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netfabb Basic

If you are looking for netfabb Basic, you have come to the right place. We explain what netfabb Basic is and point you to the official download.

What is netfabb Basic?

The netfabb Basic application is an application used for viewing STL files—in other words, it is a viewer for 3D designs intended for additive manufacturing or 3D printing. The program is actually the free edition of netfabb’s 3D printing series, and thus the lightest of all the editions when it comes to features. While it does not support significant file editing, it is nevertheless useful as a viewer for 3D print design files and can be used to perform part analysis on them.

The Basic edition allows users to access a mesh view of a 3D object, color parts and surfaces, and see objects in transparent view. It also includes a file browser for sorting through 3D files—the browser has a preview of each selected file to make looking for files easier. Both imperial and metric measurements are supported, and standard primitives can be created with the help of the program. STL files can be imported as well as exported, and slices of an object can be exported as well. It has simple automated part repair features, support inspections, and allows the user to carry out part measurements.

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File types supported by netfabb Basic

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Last updated: : December 3, 2014