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Simplify3D

Professional #3DPrinting software, compatible with 500+ 3D printers. V4.1.2 now available. Simplify the workflow, improve the results! https://t.co/1U4X9D1kR1

Joined on 25 December, 2012

http://www.simplify3d.com

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Thanks to innovators around the globe, there are now hundreds of hands-free door opener designs available. We combined best practices from top organizations with expert tips for 3D printing your own high-strength door handles in our latest article.

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Replying to @3Dnatives_ES: ¿Conoces el laminador @Simplify3D? Este software de corte es una #herramienta muy utilizada por profesionales en la indus…

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¿Conoces el laminador @Simplify3D? Este software de corte es una #herramienta muy utilizada por profesionales en la industria de #fabricaciónaditiva. ¡El programa destaca por sus avanzadas opciones! Pero, ¿cuáles son sus características principales? 🚀

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Thank you to all the #S3DHeroes who are joining the fight against #COVID19. This week we recognize the great work by @ShieldDenton and the @UNTsocial College of Engineering to produce over 2,000 face shields for essential workers in their community.

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Learn how to 3D print the most popular respirator-style mask designs. Our Lessons From The Field series continues with best practices on how to source materials, optimize your prints, and build the final assembly. #COVID19 #InThisTogether

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We want to recognize the #S3DHeros who are making a difference in the fight against #COVID19. Chris T. a small business owner from New York, has 3D printed over 200 masks for the @FDNY, @USNavy, and has sent masks to Italy. Thank you for supporting our front line workers Chris!

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Help fight against #COVID19 with 3D printed face masks. Our latest article shares expert tips on how to print, assemble, and distribute the most popular 3D printed face masks designs. #3dprinting #inthistogether

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Replying to @AmericaMakes: This video from #AMmember @re3Dprinting features their customer, & fellow AM member, Pamton3D and her highly successful #…

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This video from #AMmember @re3Dprinting features their customer, & fellow AM member, Pamton3D and her highly successful #3Dprinting operation, run out of the basement of her #Youngstown home! #additivemanufacturing enables this type of success! Great job!

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Congratulations to @budmenind and @IC3D_Printers for the success of the Budmen face shield design. Over 29,000 downloads and counting! Print your own today: #inthistogether #3dprinting #COVID-19

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Replying to @abbymath: More frames for pick up by my student and her mom who are supplying full shields to local facilities. They made & distributed…

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Face shields continue to be one of the most popular 3D prints to help COVID-19 workers. We’ve collaborated with hospitals, businesses, and 3D printing professionals to bring you the best tips on how to successfully produce these devices and make an impact.

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More frames for pick up by my student and her mom who are supplying full shields to local facilities. They made & distributed over 200 of various types. My total is over 50 with my @MakerGear M3-ID. I used @Simplify3D to stack models for overnight prints.
#3dprinting #FaceShields

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Replying to @3DG_Design: Setting up the software for printing the #PPE face shield components. Using @Simplify3D for splicing and generating the #gc

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Setting up the software for printing the #PPE face shield components. Using @Simplify3D for splicing and generating the #gcode for #3Dprinting. #PPEforNHS

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Replying to @agentdev: @Simplify3D rocks!

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Quoted @Simplify3D

Hundreds of #COVID-19 PPE designs are available, making it difficult to know what to 3D print first. Don't waste your time with untested designs! Our team investigated what top health institutions recommend to ensure your next print is tested & approved.

@Simplify3D rocks!

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Retraction distance can play a big role in reducing stringing on your print. A longer distance will increase the amount of filament retracted by the extruder and will decrease the amount of ooze during travel moves. #S3DTip

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Make support removal in hard to reach areas of your part easier by increasing the Extra Inflation Distance found in the Support tab. Increasing the distance will expand the support structure foundation beyond the exterior of the part making it easier to remove! #S3DTip

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If your part's overhangs aren't being properly supported you may be printing with too large of a support pillar resolution. Lowering the support pillar resolution for this part generated more support structures and eliminated the drooping solid layers. #S3DTip

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Quoted @inov3d

Simplify3D Slicer Software – Simply the best for 3D printing?

Very nice in-depth article from a new Simplify3D user!

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If your bridging layer has gaps, try adjusting the Bridging Speed Multiplier found in the Other tab. Bridging behavior can depend on your 3D printer and filament. In this case, lowering the bridging speed resulted in better bridging results. #S3DTip

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If you have gaps between your part's perimeters, try adjusting the Thin Wall Behavior settings in the advanced tab! The part on the right used "Allow single extrusion walls and fill" instead of "Perimeters Only" to perfectly fill in the gaps.
#S3DTip

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Give your next print a realistic metallic weight and feel! Our experts have compiled their best practices and pro tips for printing with metal-filled filament in our 3D printing materials guide.

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