GrabCAD Print Version 1.28

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GrabCAD Print version 1.28, March 2019 Build number 1.28.16.50383 released on 21 March 2019 Lacking the technology or capacity to print more parts? Go to Apps > “Make my Part with Stratasys Direct Manufacturing” to get to the SDM home page. (For US / Canada customers only.) Auto-orient is now available in Advanced FDM tab. Both standard and merged bodies can be auto-oriented, to minimize support and reduce build time. OBJ files with image textures are now supported. When printing […]

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GrabCAD 1.26 & 1.27 Release

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Build number 1.27.17.49710 released on 25 February 2019 Variable width fill, introduced in 1.24 for F123 Series and Fortus 900mc, is now available on Fortus 380mc, 380mc CFE, and 450mc. Update to the latest version of printer firmware is required. When you import a CMB file to be printed on an FDM printer, the correct printer will automatically be selected. Additionally, you will now be able to rotate that model about the Z-axis. Certain material combinations are not allowed in […]

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Stratasys Objet Maintenance: Quality Issue Quick Fix

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Stratasys Objet printers create high-end prototypes with amazing quality. Ensuring that quality requires user maintenance to keep them running flawlessly. With all 3D Printers come specific parts to clean and calibrations to run to keep the printer reliable. If not maintained properly your Objet could spit out some funky looking parts, wasting time and material. Here are the most common parts to check and calibrations to run when you have quality issues. Roller Waste Collector The roller waste collector collects residue […]

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Preventing Large Part Curling – Using Insight 3D Printing software

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While maximizing your 3D printer’s build size is ideal, there are some common issues that you could run into. One of those issues is part curling. This is when the part delaminates from the build tray during the print – which is a major problem and can be easily prevented. Let’s step through a scenario using Insight, and how Support Anchors can be used to bond the part to the tray using columns of model material (instead of the normal […]

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