We will provide you with login information through email to activate your account. With the purchase of the MANU Easy Food 3D Printer, a sign-up URL is sent via email. Please log in to Simplify3D Cloud at Login - Simplify3D Account using your email address as the username and the password provided in the email. After login, you will be able to download the Simplify3D software.
After login, download the latest software version here. Install the Simplify3D software and open it.
When opening for the first time, use the same Username and Password as above. Press Cancel when the configuration assistant pops up.
Make sure to download the latest version of profiles from wiki.mehtaheino.com. Choose MANU Easy Food and scroll down to profiles. Download the profile for the material that you are going to print. The Manu Easy Food 3D Printer currently supports Cura and Simplify3D Software. Select the folder for Simplify3D and download the .fff profile.
Click on “Import FFF profile”. Choose the downloaded profile and import it.
IMPORTANT: Make sure to use the correct slicing profile. Using the wrong profile may cause the printer to crash and potentially break your 3D print/printer.
Press the Import button to import your STL file. Locate your file and open it. The model will appear on the main page of Simplify3D.
Edit process 1 and add one process if there are none. Simplify3D processes can be used to change settings while printing (see advanced tutorial). Select the profile for the material you are printing. If you make any changes like disabling/enabling supports, then click “Update Profile” to save the changes.
IMPORTANT: Check carefully that you have the right profile. Choosing the wrong profile can cause damage to your print or printer!
Set the infill percentage if needed. Press OK to continue. If you need to customize any settings, click “Show Advanced” (see the advanced tutorial for more info). Make sure to rotate the part so it has a stable first layer to start with. Double-click the part to open the side panel on the right. From there, position, scale, and rotation modifications can be done. Press “Prepare to print” when you have the model and setting profile ready.
Check your model on the preview. You can check your model layer by layer. Slide the layers bar at the bottom to view individual layers and troubleshoot any problems. Choose “Toolpaths to Disk” and save the created G-code. The G-code file is later sent to the printer.