Use slicing software that is not supported by the machine (Cura, Slic3r)

WASP technical support is unable to provide assistance with the configuration and optimization of profiles for slicing software other than the official one, which is Simplify3D.

From an open perspective, our technology is compatible with various slicing software such as Cura, Slic3r etc…. Here are some tips you can follow to set up these softwares:

CONFIGURE SOFTWARE: Download and install the desired slicing software on your computer. If possible, select your WASP printer as the configuration option. Alternatively, choose a generic configuration that approximates your printer’s specifications.

PRINTER SPECIFICATIONS: Gather the technical specifications of your WASP printer, such as nozzle diameter, maximum print size, and other key settings.

SETUP: Configure the slicing software according to your printer’s specifications and the manufacturer’s recommendations. This may take time and experimentation to achieve optimal results.

PRINT TESTS: Run print tests to make sure everything is working as expected. Carefully check the first layer, adhesion to the print bed, and overall print quality.

EXPERIMENTATION AND OPTIMIZATION: You may need to experiment with different settings in your slicing software for the best results. Edit one variable at a time and take note of changes in print quality.

Keep in mind that using unofficially supported slicing software can pose challenges and require experimentation for optimal results. In addition, WASP Technical Support will not be able to provide specific assistance for issues related to the use of unofficial slicing software.