Straightforward and intuitive usage
Subsequent to the installation process, you can launch the program and begin working with it, on condition that your 3D printer is already connected and configured.
3DimMaker’s user interface is very easy to handle, making it quite approachable even for individuals who lack experience with similar tools, as its self-explanatory functions and the printing wizard will guide you throughout the entire process.
Effortlessly print out three-dimensional objects using compatible devices
For starters, you will need to open the STL format model that you want to print in 3DimMaker, adjusting its dimensions by means of the provided draggers on any of the three axes. The height, width and depth of the model are displayed in millimeters, enabling you to modify them manually however you need.
The ‘Wizard’ aims to simplify the entire process for you, allowing you to gradually configure the printer type and the COM Port it is connected to, as well as the ‘Extruder Width’, the ‘Dump Area and the ‘Preheat Settings’. You can decide the preferred ‘Position’, ‘Rotation’ and ‘Scale’,
The utility lets you set up the output options, specifically the ‘Extruder’ speed and temperatures, loading the material that you want to work with and its particular specifications. You can also activate ‘Cooling’ at a preferred percentage.
Afterward, you can press on the assigned button to generate the G-Code, specifically the printer instructions, so you can proceed with outputting your model. When done, you can run the operation and view the results.
A reliable 3D printing instrument
To conclude, 3DimMaker is an interesting and effective application that was developed with one purpose in mind, that of assisting you in creating three-dimensional printed objects from a STL format file, saving you time and effort in the process.
Reviewed by Marina Dan on June 16th, 2014
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Application description3DimMaker is a complex piece of software developed for 3D printing which has been aimed at printing large complex mode...