Simplify3D26 Videos

Checking the quality of the 3D scanned image, scanned with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro

In this video, we will be looking at the quality of the build-in scanner app on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, that uses a build-in structured light scanner to scan 3D objects.

Simplify3D users can solve a problem I had in a previous video

Oops, if you make videos, then sometimes it goes wrong, like this morning when I released THIS video about designing for 3D printing. In that video I pick up a point that is not wrong in itself because you really have to take into account the way you manufacture something, but I use Simplify3D as […]

Designing for 3D Printing specifically

Making parts or products with a 3D printer is of course very easy to do at home, but if you are behind your Cad Cam program and start drawing, you have to take into account the tools you are going to use, your 3D printer. Not every 3D printer is the same, and that is […]

Reduce printing time by 50% in Simplify3D

We all know that if we want to print in high quality, this has an adverse effect on the time it takes to make the print. But that doesn’t always have to be the case. In Simplify3D, you can easily make settings that can ensure that you can print with the same visual quality, while […]

Again a new version of Simplify3D, version 4.1.1

Again Simplify3D had brought us an update for their slicer, with mainly bug fixes but also some improvements in speed and adhesion settings.

Simplify3D 4.1.0 can now be downloaded

Good news for Simplify3D users, there is a new version of the software that can be downloaded right away

How to make support structures that WON’T FAIL

Making support structures can be challenging at sometimes. The reason is that support structures are very minimal pieces of plastic that are being built on your 3D printer bed, but they hardly have a surface of themselves. Now to generate a good support for your overhanging parts in your 3D print, you can use the […]

Bridging Speed Multiplier in your slicer

3D Printing Questions is a series of video’s I am making to answer the questions I got asked many times in my career as a 3D Print Creator. In this episode, it’s about the bridging speed multiplier that you can find in your slicer like Simplify3D or Cura. The speed multiplier is used to increase […]

DIY bone conducting headset for airsoft gameplay using a 3D printer

In this video I will be making a bone conducting earpiece for airsoft gameplay so I can listen to the things that are happening around me while still being able to hear my two way radio. The parts needed for this project are a simple earpiece for the Baofeng UV-5R radio I use and a […]