As a high-end slicer, Simplify3D is rife with complexity. Check out this Simplify3D troubleshooting guide to overcome the most common issues!
Cura is a great slicer, especially for those just starting out. But if you’re looking for a slicer that gives you more control, the ability to better manipulate all three axes, and place supports right where you want them, Simplify3D may be the way to go.
Though there’s a bit of a learning curve, you’ll probably get the hang of it fairly quickly, especially since many of the complex settings stay out of the way until needed. But you’ll need the basics, and that’s where this article comes in. Here are the answers to several frequently asked questions about Simplify3D. Simplify3D allows for detailed configuration of many slicing settings (Source: flickr.com ) Like Cura, Simplify3D is a slicing program, meaning it takes […]
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