There comes a time when you want to print larger objects on your 3D Printer than your print bed allows... Well in this 3D Printing 101 we'll show you how using 3 awesome methods.
NOTE: 'slice' has two meanings! I am 'slicing' large .stl files into sections, but then you transfer these to your 'slicer' which will convert them to the many layers used for 3D Printing. I know it's confusing - and the two share many similarities. It confused me for a very long time!
Links to software used:
Netfabb Basic (free) - http://www.netfabb.com/basic.php
Meshmixer (free) - http://www.meshmixer.com
Links to Slicers used:
Simplify3D (paid) - https://www.simplify3d.com/
Craftware (free) - https://craftunique.com/craftware
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