Delta Printer Software

  • Charles Bell


As you discovered in  Chapter 1, there are three pieces of software involved in a typical 3D printing workflow: software required to create the object and export it as an .stl file (CAD), another to convert it into a G-code file that a printer can read (CAM), and finally, the firmware loaded into the “brain” of the printer itself that reads and executes the .gcode file. However, there is a bit more to 3D printing software.


Main Window Integrate Development Environment Standard Tessellation Language Object Repository Print Setting 
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© Charles Bell 2015

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  • Charles Bell
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  1. 1.VAUS

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