A 3D customizer for busy makers.
3D printing is a powerful technology because it allows to recreate an object without the need for highly technical manufacturing expertise. SOL75 pushes this beyond replication, by giving anyone the possibility to create new, custom made and useful objects.
Made for busy engineers and makers, it might be the 3D software you need when building a DIY project that needs custom functional parts you want to 3D print but don’t want to design.
Unlike most customizers (such as Thingiverse one), it does not focus only on geometric parameters (like height and width), but also on functional ones (like mass or breaking point), as it is based on mechanical expertise (+ a little AI help).
How it works:
- Choose or create a component
- Set the parameters
- Download a 3D file, the Bill of Materials, and a handbook with in-depth details on how the component is engineered
Currently SOL75 works in browser, but a standalone version for Linux and Windows will be available in 2022.
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Pro No need for mechanical expertise
The models you find in the library are functional, they've been created on mechanical expertise, so you don't have to do the engineering part
Pro Time saver
Components are reusable, you can customize a model as many times as you want
Pro 3D printer + materials specific
You can customize components on your 3D printer and on the materials you have
Pro Easy to use
No need to learn another CAD