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What is ShapeJS?

ShapeJS is a language designed to make creating and sharing 3D printable objects easy. Based on Javascript, it provides a rich set of solid modeling primitives over top a powerful voxel engine. 

The combination enables control of 3d printed objects down to printer resolution levels. The voxel approach has many advantages over typical triangle systems and aligns well with how 3d printers actually manufacture items.

Scripts include a parameter definition to allow interactive exploration of interesting variants via an automatically generated user interface

ShapeJS provides assistance in generating correct wall-thickness and manifold objects through per-voxel level control.

  • Supports use of 2D Image data to be mapped onto 3D objects without compromising functional design.
  • Per-voxel level control enables generation of printable products at printer native resolutions.
It used to be hard to create applications that generate 3D printable geometry.With ShapeJS it's as simple as a few lines of code!
Example:

ShapeJS Scripts are Javascript programs over top the AbFab3D Voxel library. All standard Javascript functionality is supported.

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