Autonomous Design Technology

ADMS*, the most efficient minimal surface structure – a resilient, scalable and resource-efficient algorithm for Additive Manufacturing.

*Adaptive Density Minimal Surface


Introducing ADMS -- the revolutionary technology powering our additive manufacturing solutions. ADMS, or Adaptive Density Minimal Surfaces, are a family of aperiodic Minimal Surfaces that can be configured to create versatile components with maximal strength and minimal material usage.

ADMS components are not only efficient, but also adaptable to any enveloping geometry and multi-physics boundary conditions. ADMS boast excellent heat exchanger characteristics, controllable elasticity, and the ability to be made open-pored or closed.

Explore the limitless possibilities of ADMS technology with our software solutions for efficient and versatile additive manufacturing across various industries.

3D scanned bike saddle converted to a SUBD mesh as design base for creating boundary geometry to grow on to. Application of density points to control the ADMS density in sphereneRHINO

Controling variable wall thickness by simply placing points in your 3D scene using sphereneRHINO


Our software enables you to control structure features such as density, porosity , thickness, heterogeneity, and bionic integration towards interfaces.

With ADMS, we offer supportless printing capabilities and low thermal stresses, and open channels for efficient material usage. Experience the future of manufacturing with spherene.


Printable Samples

See the power of ADMS in action by downloading our 3D printing samples today. Our samples are suitable for any 3D printing method (FDM/SLA/SLS/SLM) and support a range of materials including filament, resin, metal, and ceramics.

With ADMS technology, you won't need additional support structures, making your printing process even more efficient. Get your hands on our samples and experience the benefits of ADMS firsthand.


"The spherene technology introduces a completely new way of thinking about how components can be designed and laid out, which has been lacking until now."

Matthias Blaser, Zühlke Engineering

"...clearly addressing one of the cross-cutting themes of the ESA technology strategy, but in a novel way."

Moritz Fontaine, European Space Agency

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