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Free CAD Software... Part One

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Free CAD Software... Part One

Free CAD Software... Part One First in a series of looks at *FREE* CAD software. When you move beyond just downloading what you are going to print, and need to make your own design, what do you use? We'll be looking at some free alternatives to the expensive CAD heavyweights that are out there. They all take some adjusting to, and have their own interface quirks and conventions and methods of accomplishing things. Today's candidate is, for pretty obvious reasons [it's free!], is called FreeCad. Get FreeCAD here. For Windows, MAC, or LINUX. For all your 3D Printer needs, visit...

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Get help for your Raise3D system!

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Get help for your Raise3D system!

Get help for your Raise3D system! If you need some help in setting up, maintaning, or servicing your Raise3D system, there is a newly updated site with everything you need! Get the help you need here.

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The Spiral Vase Print 3

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The Spiral Vase Print 3

The Spiral Vase Print 3 An awesome set of files to print either normal or in 'vase mode'. Print 'em all! Hint: They look really nice printed in a translucent PLA material. Get the files here. Get the Afinia Premium PLA, in blue here. Get your Raise3D Pro2 Plus HERE!

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Looking for some help?

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Looking for some help?

Looking for some help? Check our new Support / FAQ / Help page here first!

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Announcement: Raise3D Open Filament Program

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Announcement: Raise3D Open Filament Program

Optimizing Filament Performance Raise3D printers are known for their incredibly compatibility with many filament types. "Raise3D printers were designed to ensure a high material compatibility. However, there is a difference between compatibility and top performance. To achieve top performance, the FFF printing process such as the one Raise3D printers use, may need specific printing settings." Read all about it here. Get the .bin material profile settings here.  

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