Gone are the days of 3D printing blindly, caution to the wind, hoping for the best. As frustration with errors and failed prints became an immediate and number one issue for makers, companies likeMaterialise wasted no time in rolling out assistance; after all–unhappy 3D printing enthusiasts would not make for a long-lasting or profitable customer base.
With the advent of 3DPrintCloud, one doesn’t have to deal with the frustration of trying to figure out what to do with a troublesome design file–all you have to do is sit back and watch the software fix it for you; in fact, Materialise says that even if your file is “riddled with errors,” their file-fixing wizard can help. Now, connected with both AstroPrint and Skyforge, the service is friendly for everyone.
3D printing has become so popular that it’s hard to find a child who hasn’t heard of it. From the younger grades, through the colleges, and exploding onto every level of use, 3D printing has hit the mainstream. It’s not enough for a myopic engineer to create something that works just for his peers anymore.