Thinking of buying Anarkik3D Design for PC or Apple Mac as it could work for you? Let’s make sure:

  • You prefer to work and explore much more freely than most CAD system allow you to
Thinking of buying Anarkik3D Design for PC or Apple Mac? Ursula Guttmann used it on her Apple Mac to create this form for a 3D printed ring.
Design by Ursula Guttmann: Form for a 3D printed ring. 2018
  • Working more naturally with 3D movement and 3D touch (haptics) in a digital environment would really be good
  • Anarkik3D Design is very intuitive to use so there is no steep learning curve. In fact it just requires basic knowledge of using a computer
  • Anarkik3D Design is developed to be easy to learn and use, with scope to master, to balance your time between designing and making, marketing and enjoying your other interests
  • You can learn for free. It is easy from our online video tutorials, worksheets (links for each from here) and function list /hot keys (links for each from here).  If you prefer you can also sign up to a 2 or 3 day training course/masterclass which cost maximum of £550
  • Still thinking about buying Anarkik3D Design for PC or Mac? The complete system which includes 3D modelling software and the essential Falcon haptic device costs approximately £680. This is easy to justify, particularly as you start being creative within as little as an hour!
  • Anarkik3D Design does not require expensive computers to run. It is designed for mid range PC computers (2010 or preferably better, and decent graphic card to run properly), and MacBook Pro
Follow our step-by-step checklist for buying Anarkik3D Design and installing it:

  • Thinking of buying Anarkik3D Design for PC or Apple Mac? Check the technical specifications to ensure your computer or laptop can run Anarkik3D Design
  • Order your Falcon haptic device. It is cheaper for you to buy direct from the manufacturers in the USA, so it might take a while to arrive
  • Decide if you would like to attend a training course. If you come on the course and then buy Anarkik3D Design software, within the month, you will get a 15% discount
  • Buy a licence from our Shop for Anarkik3D Design for either PC or Mac: the  price is the same: £430 + VAT but the download versions are different (PC from here, the new Mac  version from here)
  • Please register online and give your email address
  • We email you your activation codes once you have purchased a licence.
  • Download the software from here for PC, here for Mac directly into your folders to save. We don’t actually send you anything physical like a disk, as you will download the software direct to your computer.
  • Click on your Cloud9_setup_31 file for the setup wizard – you need to have your activation codes handy.
  • Have your Falcon haptic device plugged in and off you go, start modelling!
  • Contact us if you haven’t received your activation codes
  • Follow the set-up instructions
  • Watch our tutorials and try stuff out
  • Print out the shortcut key sheet for easy reference
  • Visit our Using Anarkik3D Design for more tips!
Thinking of buying Anarkik3D Design? Exploring ideas?Prototyping using 3D printing? Easy, straightforward.
Thinking of buying Anarkik3D Design? Exploring ideas?Prototyping using 3D printing? Easy, straightforward.

Thinking of buying Anarkik3D Design for PC or Apple Mac to access 3D printing? Here’s how:

  • By using solid modelling your designs can be saved in .stl format for immediate upload for general 3D printing and .wrl format for immediate upload to print in multicolours
Thinking of buying Anarkik3D Design for PC or Apple Mac? This is a 3D printed 2 part ring designed using it on a PC and 3D printed in multicolour sandstone with a 3D printed steel ring shank.
3D printed 2 part ring designed using Anarkik3D Design and printed in multicolour sandstone with a 3D printed steel ring shank.
  • You can send your models to a professional 3D printing services*. Costs vary greatly depending on materials, the processes used and the amount of help they provide. Upload your model for a free no-obligation quote, so no surprises.
  • There may be a local lab (such as Eagle Labs) or groups with a 3D printer that you can join, such as a Hacklab. You contribute to their costs, but this could be a low-cost option.
  • Alternatively, you can buy your own 3D printer. These vary considerably in price, from build-your-own kits up to printers that cost thousands of pounds. You will also need to budget for the printing materials and any maintenance needed.

*Try iMaterialise (Belgium), Shapeways (Netherlands), Sculpteo (France), Oceanz (Germany), Digits2Widgits (UK) …