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Want to get the best results from your 3D printer? Check out our guide to the best 3D printer slicer software. Most of them are free.
Several years in the making, the Original Prusa MK4 is finally here. Despite being 90% different from its predecessor, not a lot has changed.
PrusaSlicer gives users a lot of control over their prints. Read on to get the most out of PrusaSlicer support settings, even tree supports!
Read on to see our head-to-head comparison of PrusaSlicer vs. Cura, two of the best free and open-source slicer software options out there.
PrusaSlicer is powerful slicing software with a long list of expert-level settings. Read on to learn how to get the best out of your prints!
Build volume isn't always about numbers. Read on to learn the true Prusa i3 MK3S build volume, and see how it compares to the competition.
There's always better, even for the best. Take your printing to the next level with the best Prusa i3 MK3S and MK3S+ upgrades.
The Original Prusa XL, possibly Prusa Research’s most highly anticipated 3D printer to date, is now available for pre-order. Here’s what we know.
So you've got the printer, a few tools, and some filament, but something is missing... Discover the essential Prusa software for your printer!
The Nextruder is a standout component of Prusa Research's Original Prusa XL, fully-loaded in its own right. Here are the details.
If you're already a fan of PrusaSlicer, OctoPrint is a great next step. Read on to learn how to make them work together!
PrusaSlicer infill patterns are some of the most diverse of any slicer. Read on to learn which one is best for you!
The soon-to-be-released multi-material unit, the MMU3, by Prusa Research aims to make the system less finicky, and easier to troubleshoot.
Prusa Research offers a few different finishes for their PEI build surfaces. Read on for the differences between the Prusa PEI sheets!
Polyvinyl butyral (PVB) is a special 3D printing filament that can be layer smoothed. Read on to learn all about PVB filament!