Barely had we adjusted to Simplify3D v5, when the company decided to shake things up again by releasing version 5.1.
Could everyone please get together and figure out a way to standardize 3D printer profiles? Please!
That didn’t take long: Simplify3D issues their first update since the huge 5.0 upgrade.
We complete our review of Simplify3D V5.0 with a look at previews, features, bugs and final thoughts.
After a wait of several years, we’ve got our hands on the latest version of Simplify3D.
Finally, after an extremely long wait, Simplify3D version 5.0 has been released today.
After last week’s news of a coming new software release from Simplify3D, reactions have been all over the map.
We now have concrete indications that the long-awaited version 5 of Simply3D could be released shortly.
Slicing software is a key element in any 3D printing workflow, but what are the options?
I’ve bumped into a very interesting technique that could save an enormous amount of support material and 3D printing time.
Simplify3D has still not released their long-awaited version 5 upgrade. We asked their CEO about the delay.
Simplify3D says they will issue the long-awaited version 5 of their powerful slicing software in 2020. It’s now 2020, and what can we expect?
3D printers (people) have a bad habit of wasting their print improvement effort on the shiny and new instead of the useful.
This week’s question probes the software required for schools using 3D printing.
There have been a few developments recently that have brought me to the view that STL file format will slide away quietly.
After our recent story on Simplify3D’s upgrade plans, we received some additional clarifications from the company.
Simplify3D has let users know their next upgrade, 5.0, will be a paid upgrade.
Third party slicing software provider Simplify3D released a new version of their popular tool.
If you are a user of Simplify3D, you want to read this.
Simplify3D announced a new partnership with Flashforge, and that won’t be the last.
While the term “3D Printing” has become synonymous with creating physical objects
3D print software Simplify3D has been updated to version 4.0, which contains a boatload of very powerful 3D print control features.
Simplify3D announced and released a new version, 3.1, that includes support for a ridiculous number of new 3D printers, and also some very interesting enhancements.
ZYYX, manufacturers of an interesting desktop 3D printer, have released a video showing a fascinating technique for multi-color printing that you might be able to use.
Let’s be blunt here: the current state of desktop 3D printers is rather unreliable. Prints fail frequently and operators must diagnose and fix the problems. But how?
Perhaps one of the most popular styles of printed 3D models is vases. There’s a reason for that – and a tip you need to know.
A common problem encountered with plastic extrusion 3D printers is stripped filament. We explain how this happens.
Independent slicing software maker Simplify3D has upgraded their product to now be compatible with around 200 different 3D printers.
The leading commercial 3D printing slicing software just got a lot better: Simplify3D has announced version 3.0.