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Which Autodesk products support 3D printing?

A - answer 3D printing is supported in most current Autodesk 3D products. Alternatively you can export your 3D model to a STL format file and send this file to 3D printer (device or service).

Applications supporting 3D print (as of 1/2016):

  • AutoCAD (all 3D varieties, i.e. except LT and 360)
  • Revit
  • Inventor
  • Fusion 360
  • 3ds Max
  • Maya
  • Meshmixer
  • Memento (ReMake)

We recommend the application Autodesk Print Studio (see Download) for 3D printing including model preparation and adding supports.

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10.1.2016    4279×  
applies to: AutoCAD · Inventor · Revit · 3ds Max · Fusion360 · Memento ·

See also:
Tip 12588:Which CAD formats can be be translated in Fusion 360 even without the cloud, offline?
Tip 12029:How to print 3D characters designed in Autodesk Character Generator?
Tip 11806:Higher precision for facetted round surfaces in STL export from Inventor.
Tip 11590:How to replace a 3D mesh model with a grid structure?
Tip 11391:Which file formats to use to bring a 3D model into Paint 3D?

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