Print Preparation

Assembrix offers a suite of advanced preparation tools from model fixing to part nesting inside the printer’s volume. Our 3D nesting solution uses cutting-edge geometric algorithms together with recent advances in algorithmic robotics to automatically nest parts within seconds to minutes.

Main advantages:
  • All computations are done on the cloud saving your PC the heavy lifting
  • Examine multiple 3D nesting options in one go
  • Maximum flexibility I: Apply nesting only on selected parts or on the whole assembly
  • Maximum flexibility II: Apply special nesting rules (e.g., separation from other parts) to specific parts
  • Unlimited range of part orientation, not restricted to increments of fixed degrees
  • Nesting into small voids and tunnels in your build assembly to maximize space utilitization
Cloud-based platform

Assemrbrix’s platform employs state-of-the-art cloud-computing technology to enhance its print preparation capabilities

Key Benefits:
  • Reduce hardware cost
  • Save time by running multiple nesting requests in parallel
  • Stay up-to-date with continuous seamless software updates
  • Access the platform from anywhere
  • Back up your print job on the cloud

Wrap a box around parts in the print volume. The cage walls are sieve-shaped with patterns and size determined by the user. The cage can have a detachable lid.

Key Benefits:
  • Streamlining the printed-cake unpacking
  • Putting together the parts of a specific customer
  • Providing the customer with extra privacy and flexibility by shipping the cage with the parts untouched
  • Wrapping small parts so that they do not get lost in the unpacking process
A out of B

Given two parts: a small part A placed inside a bigger part B, can we take A out of B without breaking B. If part A can be taken out of B, Assembrix provides visual instructions (animation) how to do that.

Key Benefits:
  • Better usage of the print volume: Safely use voids inside big parts to increase the utility of the printer
  • Makes sure you can always separate parts when the build cake is out: Avoid interlocking parts
  • For tightly packed parts, show the engineer precisely how to unpack the printed cake