Simplify3D, provider of professional 3D printing software, has now expanded the compatibility of their tools to include more than 30 new machines.
“Simplify3D’s goal is to help users optimize the output of their 3D printers by offering top-of-the-line software that is compatible with the vast majority of machines,” says Natalie Adler of Simplify3D. “To that end, we have just added software compatibility for more than 30 new printers, bringing the total number of printers we support to close to 200.”
Coming just over two months after the release of Version 3.0 of Simplify3D, support and one-click setup has been added to the package which allows for more than 30 new printers to be compatibility with the software.
This new round of additions includes functionality for machines from the UK, the US, Japan, Portugal, and Latvia.
“Simplify3D Software is compatible with more 3D printers than any other 3D printing software available,” said Simplify3D CEO Clayton Webster. “And new partnerships are one of the ways we show our dedication to universal support.”
These three companies each produce innovative machines with unique advantages.
E3D and LittleBox have joined forces to create the BigBox printer, and they say it’s an affordable machine with superior components which include the E3D hotend, a huge build platform, and Simplify3D Software.
The latest BeeTheFirst printer features an iconic design and an easy setup process, and they say that makes their printer an ideal choice for the 3D printing novice.
The Mass Portal Pharaoh, an enclosed delta-based printer, is capable of printing at extremely high speeds while maintaining quiet operation.
“Our team has been working on several of these partnerships for almost a year now, so it is exciting to have so many ready to be announced at the same time,” said Webster. “We work closely with the machine manufacturers to optimize print quality and learn the nuances of each machine. We integrate all of this learning into the software so their customers can enjoy a seamless one-click setup and great prints right out of the box.”
This follows fast on the heels of Version 3.0 from Simplify3D, and it means support for some 55 new printers has been added in just the past three months.
“Our mission has always been to provide universal software support, and our team is working incredibly hard to accomplish that,” Webster says. “We’re seeing more and more customers who own multiple 3D printers from different manufacturers, and they want to use the same software interface with all of them. Simplify3D allows them to do that. Our customers can learn a single software program and have confidence that we will continue to provide support for the 3D printers of tomorrow.”
To see the complete list of compatible 3D printers, you can visit Simplify3D’s site here.
Have you ever used Simplify3D software to drive your 3D printer? Let us know in the Simplify3D Software Compatibility Update forum thread on 3DPB.com.
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