Tips and Tricks

Tiertime Print Queue

Tiertime Print Queue allows multiple users on the same Local Area Network simultaneously send print jobs from different devices to a shared printer via USB/Wi-Fi/Ethernet. You and your colleagues could send your model data using just one printer without unnecessary time wasted waiting for other people’s print jobs to finish. Print jobs in the Print [...]

Introducing the Tiertime Task

Purpose: Tiertime Task is a type of sliced model file specifically created for Tiertime 3D Printers. It can be used as a data input source sent to the compatible Tiertime 3D Printers to print without going through the slicing process. Data composition: Tiertime Task file consists of three sets of information, the Print Profile, the [...]

9-Point Calibration Method

Nine-point calibration – commonly known as software-assisted manual calibration – aims to aid you in calibrating the printer for optimal performance through software adjustment. The goal is to produce the best possible print quality and allow for easy removal of support and raft structures. Of the three possible calibration methods, manual calibration provides the most [...]

Model Calibration – XYZ Axial

XYZ Axial Calibration is used to improve dimensional accuracy for a specific model. When a printed object is found to be deviating from its theoretical dimensions, we can use this method to correct it and achieve better precision. You can check your model’s dimensions inside UP Studio by left clicking on the model. Let’s say […]

Model Calibration – Vertical Calibration

In our latest version of UP Studio, we brought back one of its most wanted features, Vertical Calibration. Its main purpose is to ensure all three axes are perpendicular to each other in order to guarantee consistent, high-quality prints. UP Studio achieves vertical calibration by printing a special STL model, VC.stl. (note: the file name […]