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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.
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

3dkarma

(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.

aandbrendering

(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