In this example, we are working using the software
Autodesk Netfabb®
Inner Bone Structure
for 3D printing
More detailed
Add into each Cell a 3D model in * .stl format from our archive,
and you will get one of the best solutions while saving printed
materials, resins, powders, polymers, energy and, in some cases,
time. This way will significantly reduce the cost of production and
reduce the weight of future items, while maintaining their strength.
     Having bought the file from us for $10 you will find the files in it:
Detailed summary of the lesson in text form with illustrations.

                  -001_6_768.STL            -006_9_375_WPSС.STL
                  -002_12_314.STL          -008_13_619_WPSС.STL
                  -003_18_121.STL          -009_19_725_WPSС.STL
                  -004_30_343.STL          -010_26_417_WPSС.STL
                  -005_55_128.STL          -011_35_890_WPSС.STL
   We leave beyond the scope of this lesson all questions  
related to the analysis of strength, other mechanical  
properties and optimization of the part form. Here, the  
speech will go exclusively about the "manual" setting up the  
array of a none- standard lattice structure.
   Customer support.
    We will definitely take the time to help our buyer by e-mail in  
case of difficulties connected directly with our example, but  
however, we do not accept the returns and do not refunds.
To work on this topic
will be required:
    As a topic for a lesson on studying the capabilities of Autodesk Netfabb®, we offer
a semi-automatic method for setting the lattice structure of our custom form based on
the bone tissue structure of representatives animal world of Earth.
    As you know, this structure is the result of a centuries-old
evolution, which means that it was tested in centuries and
approved by life itself!
     It will significantly reduce production costs and the weight of
future products while maintaining strength.
We know there are a lot of ways to create a lattice structure,
but nonetheless, here's another one!
Saint-Petersburg, Russia  2021.
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Saint-Petersburg 195030

We have provided this lesson with a very nice visual aid for the
greatest clarity! We share with you a high-poly model of a fragment
our highest resolution structured array absolutely for free! Please go
to and download it for a quick 3D print!
The 3D models of structure cells that we are distributing as the
parts of this archive, are ready to use when creating details of
active units and, moreover, will be a starting point for you when
creating your author's lattice structures. These cells will allow you to
print lattice structures different density levels of filling your part
with the printed material of your choice:
     By paying for this package, you will receive a detailed tutorial in  
* .pdf format with illustrations on the topic of your interest,  
containing an illustrative example of how to create a custom lattice  
     Based on this example, you will be able to master the most  
important functions of the Autodesk Netfabb program in the  
required volume in order to independently create author's lattice  
structures-arrays, taking into account the peculiarities of your parts  
and 3D printing equipment.
     Also, with your purchase, you contribute to our further  
     We wish you success in mastering new advanced techniques in  
3D modeling! 
- a computer :-)
- preinstalled Autodesk Netfabb Ultimate software
- our archive with a package of files
- your burning desire
- a little persistence and of course, a time.
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- 12.3%      - 13.6%
- 18.1%      - 19.7%
- 30.3%      - 26.4%
- 55.1%      - 35.9%
    3D models of cells Kelvin structure and Weaire and Phelan structure
such a generative, bionic, modern and incredibly cool structures!
                                         -007 Output.stl
     Sample output file for 3D printing. Don't forget please, to equip it with supports and drainage holes! We have partially printed a sample to show you its internal structure. Please, see the video above, download high resolution pictures, resin print model and illustrated lesson outline from our cloud!
    Here are cells of different filling densities and ready for use in real parts and operating  machines!