Slicing software is a key element in any 3D printing workflow, but what are the options?
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?
Non-planar 3D printing is a massive improvement, but it seems that it could be patented by a company, possibly leaving it difficult for the open source community.
Prusa Research introduced PrusaSlicer to replace their previous management software.
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.
Simplify3D has let users know their next upgrade, 5.0, will be a paid upgrade.