We have made it simple and easy to print our materials on your 3D printer by adding printing profiles to one of the most commonly used slicer - PrusaSlicer from Prusa Research. In this post we are going to see how we can download these print profiles for PrusaSlicer.
October has already begun, and we're celebrating the Autumn Sale. Are you eager to decorate your home, are you in need of a costume, or do you want to learn how? You can use your 3D printer to make whatever you want, and we'll help you create the greatest Halloween party ever by providing you with Halloween themed Basic and Complete packs.
You can find a great variety of Halloween designs in this post, from cute ones for youngsters and scary ones for adults.
You have come this far because you have a 3D printer, GREAT. You've connected it to the network, levelled it and loaded the filament. But wait a minute, how do I send my 3D file so my printer can understand it? This is where slicers come into play.
When we talk about slicer, we refer to the software that slices our 3d file into layers, thus transforming an STL file into a GCODE file. In addition to slicing the object, the slicer adds other parameters such as temperature and speed among many others.