Fraunhofer igd improves cuttlefish software for stratasys polyjet 3d printing

The Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research (Fraunhofer IGD) has optimized its Cuttlefish 3D printer driver for Stratasys’ PolyJet 3D printing systems.

Having first began supporting the PolyJet 3D printing systems in 2017 with its Cuttlefish software package, Fraunhofer IGD has now improved and added to the software’s existing algorithms in order to help companies save costs and produce prints with increased geometric and color accuracy.

“When it’s an issue of optimization for mass production, specific color requests or degrees of translucency, nesting or individual color calibration, that’s where we come in,” said Philipp Urban, Head of 3D Printing Technologies at Fraunhofer IGD. “Our collaborative partnership has been designed for the long term, with the aim of enabling Stratasys customers to fully exploit the technical potential of their printers.”

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