There are several types of software that can be applied in 3D printing. Design software creates 3D printable objects. Scanning software and applications capture objects that can be further adjusted for 3D printing. Repair software fix mesh and make objects 3D printable. Slicing software prepares G-codes with the settings for the printer.
Once your new 3D printer arrives it is good to understand its capabilities. There are many 3D printing test files to choose from on Thingeverse. The reason to use a proper test file is because it contains all hard-to-print bits. After printing such object it becomes clear what settings you need to complete tricky and detailed projects. Also these files are designed in a way that you don't use a lot of filament and printing time. Our 3D printing test is made on Delta Wasp 2040.
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