Applications: Slicers, Digital Asset Management, and More
Short Description: 3D Browser is part of a suite of Digital Asset Management solutions. 3D Browser for 3D Users is the one I personally use for keeping my files cataloged.
Short Description: Do you need to clean up a 3D scan, do some 3D printing, or design an object that fits something else? Meshmixer can help. Think of it as a sort of “Swiss Army Knife” for 3D meshes.
Short Description: Netfabb is used extensively to convert models into 3d printed parts. It cleans up 3d models to make them printable.
Short Description: Lightweight, online CAD design software
Short Description: Free and Open 3D Creation Software
Short Description: Chitubox makes a robust slicer for SLA printers.
Short Description: Digital Asset Management for 3D Models – Free
Short Description: Cura 3D is created by Ultimaker. It is (right now) the most popular slicing software on the market.
Short Description: CAD, CAM and CAE software for designing 3D Models
Short Description: KISSlicer is a powerful, easy-to-use, and fast cross-platform app that slices STL files into printer-ready G-code files
Short Description: Papa’s Best has a couple of optimized tools for viewing your STL files and for viewing their thumbnails in Explorer. I always appreciate someone that looks at application performance in their work.
Short Description: Entry level digital sculpting – Free software by the makers of Zbrush
Short Description: Prusa’s slicer based on the open source Slic3r project.
Short Description: SelfCAD is a fully-featured, fully integrated, user- friendly, online 3d modeling application
Short Description: Simplify 3D is the most popular paid slicer on the market. They have lost a lot of ground to the free slicers Cura and Prusa over the past couple of years.