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Lines infill pattern - where can I find it?

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Nima_khaksar_8190
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Lines infill pattern - where can I find it?

I wonder how I can do/find the lines infill pattern?

 

It seems that this pattern is not listed under volumetric lattice. How do I go around it or is there any shortcut that I can use to model this infill pattern?

 

 

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Hi @Nima_khaksar_8190 

From your description, I'm not sure what you need help with. Can you tell us more about what you are trying to do and is while using the Volumetric Lattice tool? A screen capture would be helpful. 

Thanks,

-Dan



Dan Banach
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I have designed a specimen in fusion360 to perform FEM-analysis and what I need help with is how I can apply the lines infill pattern to my specimen.

FYI: There is an infill pattern in CURA called "lines" and I want to apply that to my specimen.

How can I do that?  

Here is an image of the gyroid pattern in F360:

 

 

 

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Hi @Nima_khaksar_8190

I'm not aware of a way to reuse the infill pattern from a 3D Printer slicer. Have you tried Fusion 360's Volumetric Lattice tool? With this tool you can create custom shape that may give you what you need. To use Volumetric Lattice tool, you'll need to acquire the Product Design Extension (Autodesk Education accounts can access for free).

 

Autodesk Education Accounts - Process to Access Extensions

Educations accounts can access the Extensions for free by doing the following:

  1. On the top-right side of the screen click Extensions

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  1. In the Extension Manager dialog box, click on the desired Extension

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  1. On the top-right corner of the screen click on Start Access

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  1. Note: The Extension will need to be renewed every 30 days (follow the same process).

Hope this helps.

-Dan



Dan Banach
Sr. Technical Manager & Community Manager

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