Raise3D, a global designer and manufacturer of 3D printers and provider of 3D printing solutions, launched ideaMaker Library as the latest addition to their Software Portfolio. The brand’s webpage stores Slicing Profiles (.Bin) for Raise3D or third party printers and materials, as well as Model Files (.Stl) and Print Files (.Gcode), which can be downloaded and imported into ideaMaker. The software portfolio allows for seamless production workflow. The combination of ideaMaker and RaiseCloud allows users to send their model to their 3D printer and easily monitor the print process, and do so in fewer steps.
With the latest version of ideaMaker 3.6.0, users can download and import Model Files from the ideaMaker Library, along with the SlicingProfile best-suited for their Raise3D or third-party3D printer and filament. This will help users ensure they always use optimized settings for their model. To send a file to print and monitor the print process of one or several printers, users can log into their Raise3D account from the ideaMaker interface and upload the print files to RaiseCloud with one click. They can continue to remotely control the prints of an entire team at a glance, both from the website or the app.
The result of this combination of Raise3D’ssoftware portfolio, consisting of ideaMaker, ideaMaker Library and RaiseCloud, is an all-in-one solution for managing files, 3D printers, and users across a company, school, or team.