Leading developer of 3D printing software Simplify3D enters into new agreement with FlashForge, manufacturer of desktop 3D printing systems, to provide support for their extensive lineup of 3D printing platforms.
Professional 3D printing software specialists Simplify3D have signed a partnership agreement with FlashForge, enabling the manufacturer to offer new hardware and software combinations for professional users.
Simplify3D’s sophisticated slicing software will now be offered alongside the Dreamer and Creator Pro 3D printers, allowing customers to achieve superior results using these platforms.
“We’re pleased to provide new software options for two of the most popular FlashForge machines. Both companies have worked together to offer a seamless experience, allowing professional customers to opt for the upgraded software solution right from the start”, says Clayton Webster, Simplify3D CEO.
Customers purchasing the hardware and software bundle will receive a significant discount on their purchase, providing further incentive to upgrade to the professional 3D printing software.
FlashForge is one of the oldest companies in the desktop 3D printing industry; both the Dreamer and Creator Pro models have been very successful, winning multiple awards and consistently ranking as some of the most reliable printers available.
By including Simplify3D with these printing platforms, new functionality becomes available to the user. This includes variable print settings, customizable supports, mesh repair tools, innovative dual-extrusion workflows, and a wide range of print customization options.
These tools will provide users with more control over the printing process, enabling new applications and improved print quality.
Owners of older FlashForge models can also take advantage of the new software options, as Simplify3D already supports them.
“We are excited about this new strategic partnership. Pairing the right hardware and software continues to be a major challenge in additive manufacturing industry, and we look forward to continued work with FlashForge in the future”, enthuses Webster.
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