Do I need special software to use a 3D printer?
The type of software that you will be using most often in conjunction with your 3D printer is your slicer. The slicer is what translates a 3d model into movement and device operating instructions for your printer to execute and print your part. The slicer is also where you specify your printing parameters for your object and filament aswell like hotend and bed temperature. Line width, layer height, cooling fan levels and more.
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When we bought our first off the shelf 3D Printer in 2019, like many others, it wasn’t without its shortfalls. While being a great machine to begin our 3D printing journey on, it required immediate fixes and several replacement parts to be its best.
Then we discovered the Voron!… A do-it-yourself, source-it-yourself, spaceship of a printer designed by the team at Voron Design for the hobbyist and enthusiast.
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