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What slicing program do you recomend
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Just wanted to ask you all what programs do you use for 3d printing related task's?

I use repetier for slicing. Netfab for fixing models and lots of other useful things.
I use Cadkey/Keycreator to make models or things with. I can't recommend it enough.

So what do you use and does it work well or not well?

Netfab is awesome by the way. So is repetier.
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#2
Does any one know of good software for Linux, Im using Ubuntu, and Id love to get my Linux box printing.

http://www.RapidProtoCo.com
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(02-23-2014, 07:37 AM)RapidProtoCo Wrote: Does any one know of good software for Linux, Im using Ubuntu, and Id love to get my Linux box printing.

http://www.RapidProtoCo.com

Reprap magazine has a comparison of slicing software here: http://reprapmagazine.com/issues/1/. Slic3r, at the very least, runs on Linux.

At least two of the popular open-source printer control packages will run on linux - Repetier Host and pronterface. Slic3r comes packaged with both of these, so there's your tool chain right there.
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(02-23-2014, 07:37 AM)RapidProtoCo Wrote: Does any one know of good software for Linux, Im using Ubuntu, and Id love to get my Linux box printing.

http://www.RapidProtoCo.com

Open Source and Linux Compatible 3D Printers with Pricing and there detailed information.

http://www.linux.com/news/hardware/perip...d-printers
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