Allegorithmic Introduces New Materials to Help Visualize 3D Printed Objects | ManufacturingTomorrow

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Designers Can Now Mimic the Unique Characteristics of Ten Additive Manufacturing Technologies with Full Photorealism CLERMONT-FERRAND, France – December 7, 2017 – Today, Allegorithmic introduces the 3D Print collection for Substance Source. Armed with 50 new assets, designers will be able to pre-visualize their products, using digital materials that replicate the layers, marks and surface textures of objects that have gone through the 3D printing process. “Product previews for 3D printing have been almost nonexistent until now,” said Nicolas Paulhac, Product Manager of Substance Source and CMF Designer at Allegorithmic. “With this new collection, we wanted to offer designers the ability to experiment with a new sense of tactility through photorealistic renderings, so they can almost feel the object in their hands before they print it.” Mimicking the look of the 3D printing process required Allegorithmic to conduct months of research, incorporating the insights of design industry professionals and an

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