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Fractal Infill

More Part, Less Material

Additive thermoplastic extrusion infill styles rely on a fixed form to provide internal part support and strength. To achieve desired strength these infill patterns must increase in density, thus using more material, taking substantially longer to print, and requiring more iterations to optimize strength-to-weight capabilities. The current market options are outdated and built on a framework of pattern generation capabilities that are thirty years old.


While other additive manufacturing processes have been a major focus for print optimization, material extrusion printing methods have gone largely unchanged for the last twenty years. Fractal Infill changes that by creating adaptive structures that are optimized for each part that goes through the slicer. Material savings increase as part scale increases, without the compromise of overall part strength.

Reach out for a demo to find out how Fractal Infill can build more part for less.

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