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Part 3 of 3: The Finishing Touches 0

Although your MarkForged Mark One 3D printer does all the heavy lifting, you may want to do some detailing – such as adding color or sanding – to your finished part. Remember, CFF™ printing liberates you from CNC machines and post-production chemicals. When we say finishing touches, we’re talking about detail work.

Part 2 of 3: Advanced Printing and Part Planning 0

So, you think you’re a pro now? In our last post, we reviewed some of the basic printing decisions you can make using the MarkForged Mark One 3D printer Eiger software. Now, let’s take it one step further.

Using supports to create negative space or reinforcing your component with sandwich panels yields strong, usable results; but what if you want to create more complicated organic shapes, completely fill in your part, or embed components into your project?

Part 1 of 3: How To Get Started with MarkedForge Mark One 3D Printer 0

You have a vision. You have a Mark One 3D printer. You created a CAD model of your design. Now what?

Eiger is MarkForged’s web-based printing software that lets you upload, clone and manipulate your STL files before wirelessly sending them to your printer. All your designs live in a secure, cloud-based digital library so your work is available anytime, anywhere. The lightweight slicing software allows you to group designs together to print entire projects with ease or share and edit your work with colleagues.