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Exploring designs at the Voxel level.

3d printed soles of shoes
DManD researches created multi-material soft-lattice structures for this footwear prototype using a custom design, analysis and slicer tools to spatially control stiffness and non-linear.
“GrabCAD Voxel Print has the potential to transform traditional product development. We are creating new design syntheses and automation paradigms that integrate creative and technical aspects to exploit this game- changing technology.”
Martin Dunn, associate provost for research, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Digital Manufacturing and Design Center
“There are three major themes in that direction we’re emphasizing,” said Professor Martin Dunn, Associate Provost for Research and Co-Director of SUTD DManD. “One is additive manufacturing with multiple materials, especially soft materials, creating multifunctional components, parts and products. Another is around the 3D nanomanufacturing and the third is 3D digital textiles and composites.”
“There are three major themes in that direction we’re emphasizing,” said Professor Martin Dunn, Associate Provost for Research and Co-Director of SUTD DManD. “One is additive manufacturing with multiple materials, especially soft materials, creating multifunctional components, parts and products. Another is around the 3D nanomanufacturing and the third is 3D digital textiles and composites.”
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