The slicer makes 3D printing a breeze
SimplyPrint has an in-built slicer that knows your printer and material. This makes for a slicing experience like no other. Everything is set up for you when you open it and it will stay that way till you come back.
Settings as you are used to
The SimplyPrint slicer is a versatile tool that can handle even the biggest projects. There are all the common settings and more that can be finetuned for the best printing quality.
Unlike most other sliceren, this one knows the printer you are using as well as the material mounted to it. This means that temperatures, printspeeds and retraction is set depending on the material and the printer.
Every setting is synced in the cloud
Never have that perfect slicer profile disappear on you again. They are all tied to your SimplyPrint profile and will follow you anywhere and on any device. This means that you will get the same slicing experience anytime you are slicing models for your printer.
Different modes for different levels
SimplyPrint has 3 different slicer setting modes:
1. Easy, is just 3 buttons that set different parameters to match the 3 options; Pretty, Fast and Strong.
2. Simple, gives basic control over the common settings like layer height, infill, and support.
3. Advanced, lets you browse all the settings the slicer has. These are divided up into easy-to-understand categories.
Auto rotate models
Using a smart algorithm, SimplyPrint can rotate your model to optimize adhesion and waste materiel
Import from the cloud storage
You can import models from your own computer or from your personal storage inside SimplyPrint
Sliced model preview
Check out the 3D preview of your model before sending it to the printer
Send directly to the printer
When you are happy with your model you can start the sliced file on your printer directly from the slicer
Add sliced model to print queue
If you are slicing models for starting in the future you can add them to the queue and start them later
Start print on multiple printers
SimplyPrint will make sure that it is safe to start the same print on multiple printers at once.