Simplify 3D Tutorial Video
Take a quick tour of the Simplify3D interface. You'll learn how to manipulate models, undo, copy and paste.
The Model Settings Panel in Simplify3D allows you to make precise numeric adjustments to your model's scale, rotation, and position. Learn how to use this feature.
The Place Surface on Bed feature in Simplify3D is a quick and easy way to reorient your 3D model for optimal printing. See how it works in this brief video.
The Mirror Mesh feature in Simplify3D makes it easy to change which direction your model is facing. You can mirror across the X, Y, or Z axis. For example, this comes in handy when you need right-handed and left-handed versions of your model.
Sometimes you may need to split a model into individual pieces so you can work with each part independently. Other times, you might want to realign parts exactly as they were originally modeled. Simplify3D offers two features to help: Separate Connected Surfaces and Align Selected Model Origins.
Learn how to make changes to multiple models at a time by grouping them together.
Learn how to create crisp two-color prints quickly and easily with the Dual Extrusion Wizard.
Edit your material and quality level settings in Simplify3D to gain even more control over your 3D prints.
Learn how to use the 3D Transform Gizmo for more advanced model manipulation.
Do you find yourself making the same changes to models each and every time you import them? Set up an Import Action to automate the process.
Spot hidden internal features or mesh errors within your 3D models by using the Cross Section View in Simplify3D.
Simplify3D allows you to customize where and how support material is placed on your model, making it easier to remove. This means a better 3D printed result!
Save time and filament while getting great support using dense support structures in Simplify3D
Whether you're looking for a strong infill or an aesthetically pleasing one, Simplify3D has several infill options to choose from.
More advanced users of Simplify3D may want to edit machine or firmware settings, especially if they are building their own 3D printers. Learn how to change the machine settings and firmware configuration.