3D Software

New Simplify3D update speaks your language

It can be said that any piece of software is only as strong as its most recent update. Luckily Simplify3D, the software that prides itself on 3D printer compatibility, has just released a new upgrade making it more universal than ever before. Simplify3D Version 3.1.1 is compatible with 20 new 3D printers, and adds 5 new languages to the program meaning that users around the globe can now easily 3D print, stampare, imprimer, imprimir, drucken and insatsu suru with an interface that supports their native language.

A sample of Simplify3D software interface translated here into German.
A sample of Simplify3D software interface translated here into German.

Speaking about improvements, Clayton Webster, CEO of Simplify3D commented:

One of the ways that Simplify3D adds support for so many new printers is by establishing partnerships with 3D printing companies around the world. We have already partnered with companies in over 30 countries, and we will continue to collaborate with manufacturers across the globe to optimize the next generation of 3D printing technology.

The release also adds support for printers with three or more extruders, improves the support structures of complex models, and has enhanced post-processing script performance. Existing users can update their version of the software today with a 14-day risk-free guarantee so they can see how it performs with their 3D printer. New users, who have been looking for these kinds of solutions to their 3D modelling software, can purchase the software for $159 from the iMakr online store. A full list of supported printers can be found here.

Simplify3D makes slicing 3D models easy.
Simplify3D makes slicing 3D models easy. From the company’s website “Better instructions mean better prints, so a simple software upgrade makes all the difference in the world.”

3DPI have been following Simplify3D since they first came to the market in 2013. Over the past three years the company has shown great commitment to the further development of its software in 25 new versions since its initial release. Version 3.1.1. adds to the company’s last big software overhaul which came out in June 2015.

Featured image, Version 3.1.1 updates with five new languages, via: Simplify3D