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  1. #21
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    Curious Aardvark,

    Do you still have a 32-bit version of MakerWare that you are willing to share? I'd really appreciate it.

    Thanks,
    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by dleroi View Post
    Curious Aardvark,

    Do you still have a 32-bit version of MakerWare that you are willing to share? I'd really appreciate it.

    Thanks,
    Don

    Does anyone have a copy to share?

  3. #23
    I use simplify3d. I regularly test simplify3d against the latest versions of makerware.

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    Yes I've still got it. But a much much better option is to use flashforge's Flashprint: http://www.flashforge.com/flashprint/
    Way better and easier to use software.
    Download from link below:
    http://www.flashforge.com/support-ce...print-support/
    Just select creator pro from the list of printers.
    I've actually switched from simplify3d - which I never could get to work properly with my klic-n-print (steel framed creator pro clone).
    Just use flashprint for it now.
    S3d does slice a little better - but flashprint is vastly superior on dual material prints and good enough on single material that the difference isn't really worth bothering about.

    My only real annoyance with flashprint is that you need to slice and save the file before you can preview the print.
    No 'slice preview' only button.
    But it's a massive improvement on makerware.
    Plus works fine on 32bit windows :-)
    Last edited by curious aardvark; 10-24-2018 at 07:46 AM.

  5. #25
    I could use the 32 bit version if one is available..
    Thanks
    M1

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    use flashprint instead. faster, easier to use and way better for dual prints.

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