PTC introduced Stochastic lattices (random lattices) in Creo Parametric 6.0. This first implementation of the stochastic lattices used Voronoi diagram algorithm. Voronoi is a common algorithm when you want a lattice to conform to bionic shapes.
However, starting with Creo Parametric 220.127.116.11, Delaunay triangulation was introduced. The Delaunay triangulation generates a set of triangles to use as polygons in the model.
To learn more about creating Stochastic lattices using the Delaunay triangulation, refer to this tutorial on PTC Learning Connector
A related article from Cat McClintok on Design of Lattice Structures in Additive Manufacturing: A Beginner’s Guide for Design Engineers discusses about the following –
- What Is a Lattice Structure?
- Types of Lattices
- Optimizing Design that uses Lattices
- Lattice Structure in Additive Manufacturing
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