Cetus3D splinting.

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Cetus3D splinting.

Post by Newbie54 » Sun Oct 21, 2018 5:38 pm

The job I have is to print out plaster mould masters. These are 24” by 18”. (I understand that there may be alignment issues but they can be fixed in post-processing).
Can the software will handle this?
It will have to segment the print into 3 wide by 4 high. I guess the prints would be best with a Raft, so how does this work? Do I tell it what size I want, it add the Raft and send it to the printer? What if something goes wrong with one of the segments fails in printing, etc, etc.
Many questions. Difficult to get answers.
I just don’t know how the process would work.

Help please

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Re: Cetus3D splinting.

Post by TiertimeBrook » Tue Oct 30, 2018 12:39 am

A professional slicing software is needed for segment the big print file into several parts, The UP Studio does not come with the function now.

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Re: Cetus3D splinting.

Post by Owen Sparks aka Marksman » Tue Oct 30, 2018 8:19 am

What format do you have the files in? You don't need the slicer to do the splitting, you could split them first and then send them to the TT software...

Cheers, Owen S.
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Re: Cetus3D splinting.

Post by Tiertime-Joseph » Tue Oct 30, 2018 11:30 am

We recommend software netfabb for STL manipulation. You can actually download the basic version from its website.


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