Simple to use for novices.
Yet very flexible for experts.
For beginners, the simple and intuitive interface lets you convert your design to a 3D printed model with a few clicks. It has a list of presets for build quality, so just select what build quality you want and FlashPrint takes care of the rest. And for experts seeking more control over the software, it has a wide range of parameters can be changed manually as well, from temperature to printing speed and even the first layer thickness and height where to pause printing. Once sliced, you can get layer-by-layer visualization and time and material estimates.
Smart supports. More possibilities.
Support generation doesn’t get any easier than this. FlashPrint automatically generates supports based on model’s overhang angles. At same time, you can add more necessary supports to output better prints , or remove unnecessary ones to save materials. Dendriform (treelike) supports allow you to print much more complex models, snapping off supports easily without damaging your objects.
Cut and split.
Print bigger model.
Featured with cut and split function, FlashPrint allows you to divide your model into several separate parts when it is too big as for one print. Limited build volume can print bigger models.
2D into 3D.
Make 3D models from images.
The 2D into 3D featured in FlashPrint allows you to convert 2D image files into 3D models. This is one of the easiest ways to start 3D designing. All you need to do is to drag image and select parameters you want.