Anycubic 3d Print Files

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  1. Photon Workshop is a 3D slicer software, It converts the stl/obj/xxx files into *.pws or *.photon files which can be read by Anycubic Photon printers.
    We will update our open-source information on Github, please click HERE to get more information.
  2. Download the software then install it on your computer.
    Choose Your Machine, Click The Menu Configure/Machine/Photon (S).
  3. Open files (.stl/.obj) . Scale / Rotate / Move the model (Optional).
    Slice and save as a sliced File (.pws/.photon depends on your machine.
  4. Copy the sliced file to a usb disk flash, and then insert the USB to Anycubic Photon 3D Printers to print.
    GPU must be supporting At LeastOpenGL 3.3or above.
  5. Memory Should be at least 8 G Or above.
    For Windows, You Can Download and Checkout The OpenGL version.
  6. For MacOs, You Can Install OpenGL Extensions Viewer in App Store.
    Some Computer May Have Two Gpu Card, please choose a card with a higher GL Version.
  7. Once you have optimized your part using the above steps, it is ready to export as an STL file.
    Download the 3D Print Exporter Plugin from ZBrush.
  8. Select the ZPlugin menu. Click 3D Print Exporter.
    Define and scale your dimensions.
  9. Select STL > STL Export. Anycubic just released a new firmware for the Photon S.
    It changes the file format used for printing from *.
  10. Converting STL Files to G-code Step 1: Download a conversion tool.
    Step 2: Import your . Step 3: Repair the mesh.
  11. Step 4: Convert your mesh to a shape. Step 5: Convert the shape to a solid.
    Step 6: Export your solid to a . Step 7: Import your file in to Fusion 360.
  12. Step 8: Generate toolpaths. PWMO – the file format used by the Photon and the manual gives examples of simple conversion from .
    STL 3D files as you might find on for example Thingiverse to something the printer can use.
  13. Anyone new to all of this will want to start with off-the-shelf model .
    As STL files are basic 3D models, almost any 3D modeling package can produce models for printing.
  14. It uses a series of triangles to represent the surfaces of a solid model.
    All modern CAD (Computer Aided Design) software allow you to export their native file format into STL.