Use a single software application from CAD to print.
Increase efficiency with optimized data management.
Streamline time to print and finished parts with a single, easy-to-use interface.
Improve productivity and reduce printer downtime with management and monitoring tools.
Print better parts.
What is 3D Sprint?
3D Sprint® is exclusive software from 3D Systems for preparing and optimizing CAD and polygon data and managing the additive manufacturing (AM) process for 3D Systems plastic 3D printers, including color-jet printing (CJP), digital light processing (DLP), multi-jet printing (MJP), stereolithography (SLA), and selective laser sintering (SLS).
Delivered with every supported plastic printer from 3D Systems and offering direct and virtual machine support for a wide range of legacy systems, 3D Sprint delivers tools that allow you to 3D print better parts without high-priced software.
What Can You Do with 3D Sprint?
You can use 3D Sprint to prepare and optimize CAD data and then manage the AM process on your 3D Systems plastic 3D printers.
Directly import native CAD files from industry-leading CAD systems, which greatly reduces the need for file repair and fixing, shortens the file preparation time, and facilitates the design-to-print process.
Achieve better surface quality for printed parts that are easier to remove using less material and post processing with automatic, intelligent, finely-tuned support generation and optimized preset profiles accompanied by a full range of structure and anchor point extraction parameters.
Automatically analyze part geometry; correct errors for translation issues in your CAD or STL design files and bad polygon geometry in 3D scans; and select, edit, and delete polygons and intelligently fill holes and gaps in your polygon data with manual polygon editing tools.
Achieve accurate and powerful slicing and accurate build time and material estimates. Submit print jobs directly from your print workspace or load 3D Sprint build files created on another system directly to the printer. Manage your directly-connected printer or get visibility for all networked or shared printers to control job priorities with queue management tools.
Save custom placement styles and optimize the printer volume for maximum efficiency and productivity with comprehensive auto placement including requirement-driven orientation, dense 3D nesting, and automatic pre-printing quality checking.
What's New in 3D Sprint?
3D Sprint 2.13 includes key new features and enhancements to 3D Systems plastic printers with a special focus on capabilities that enable you to move from rapid prototyping to serial production. Key highlights include:
Figure 4® Printer
New support for the new Figure 4 jewelry printer, an ultra-fast and affordable 3D printing solution for jewelry design.
NextDent® 5100 Printer
New enforcement bars that increase part quality by strengthening the model and reducing deformation.
New stacked arches that facilitate volume manufacturing such as aligner production with a one-click solution for optimized vertical stacking.
New HDF build mode that reduces post-processing time and cleaning material usage by creating a special support material pattern.
New auto-lane alternation that reduces wear and tear of the roller through optimized part positioning.
New verification strip margin that improves jetting reliability robustness.
3D Sprint Basic complimentary licenses are included with all new purchases of specific 3D Systems plastic 3D printers. 3D Systems also offers direct and virtual machine support for a wide range of legacy systems. View the full list of supported printers in the 3D Sprint brochure.
In addition, you can upgrade 3D Sprint Basic complimentary online activation licenses to offline, network, dark site, or 3D Sprint PRO licenses, or purchase additional licenses for your printer.
Licenses are available for the following editions:
3D Sprint PRO for SLAincludes the same functionality as 3D Sprint Basic plus advanced part and build preparation functions like native CAD import, finely-tuned supports, auto placement for increased overall tray capacity, and embedded polygon technology