How To Cut Files
Easy To Do Guide
With my sole concentration being on file sales and KS projects and with more and more of you guys buying printers the need to be able to cut files is becoming a need to know exercise, but rather than thinking its a daunting task this guide will show you its so easy that you will wonder what the fuss was about.
Why do i need to cut files you ask?
well the easy answer is scaling, the files allow you to print in whatever scale you choose but with that brings the issue of whether it fits your bed size, cutting not only allows you to do this it also allows you to cut to your maximum bed size, i do offer a cut set in all my KS files but i can only do one set and i have to make them quite small so 190x190 is how i cut them, but most of us have a lot bigger print beds so cutting them to suit allows less joins and in some cases whole uncut prints.
so with all the above said and hopefully agreed the following is the simple way i cut mine, really guys its easy to do. also i must quickly add that there might ne easier and quicker ways but if you know that you dont need to read any more, this is for those that haven't done so yet and is just my way.
ok flashforge have their software program called flashprint, this is a free download and loads up my files and saves them in stl format so you can use any of my files with this program and i find it really simple to use, it also offers a repair option that can solve some silly minor issues, i will put a flashprint file for free in my shop but i might get told to remove it so until i do it will be available there, i do own two flashforge printers so its not like i shouldn't have it