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Cliever's staff to help you on printing proccess
How do I know when to generate or not generate the support material?
The support material is a resource provided by Cliever Studio for you to print parts with negative surfaces (eg .: the arms of Christ the Redeemer). Whenever you click on the 'generate support material' the software will do a reading of printing and automatically identify the structures that require support material. If necessary, he himself will create this surface; if not necessary, the software will perform the print freely without extra material. To remove this material and give a post-finish in their 3D prints, it is recommended to use pliers and a cutting stylus. TIP: sometimes, to get a better finish, it is recommended from your piece into two parts for later paste them.
In case of problems with printers, what should I do ?
In case of malfunction of a 3D printer, please contact us via e-mail email@example.com . To expedite the process of support, we recommend you to identify the printer's serial on the subject of the email. The serial number can be identified on the back of your 3D printer. The Cliever is distinguished by its support and technical service, so we will try to solve your problem as quickly as possible.
I did not find the desired payment method. What should I do?
Contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org and see the direct billing terms for you or your business.
What are the file extensions that I can print in Cliever Studio?
The 3D printing standard format is .STL. You can use any 3D modeling software to build their prototypes, of which the best known are Autocad, Solidworks, Solid Edge, Rhinoceros, 3D Max, SketchUp, Maya, Inventor. After modeling its prototype, just export it in .stl and open it in Cliever Studio. Then, simply click print and wait for the printer to start the process.
What is the difference between the ABS and PLA filament?
ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) plastic is a derivative of oil, widely used in industry. In 3D printing ABS presents a more opaque appearance that the PLA as well as being a little tougher. The ABS also features a distinctive smell and a light smoke when extruded. Its main deficiency in the 3D printing process is the deformation of the prints, especially on large parts. Since PLA (polylactic acid) is a biodegradable thermoplastic polyester, produced from renewable resources such as corn. This plastic is being increasingly used in 3D printing because its characteristics have to be very suitable for the FFF / FDM process. It has melting temperature around 175 and a great dimensional precision.
What is the dimensional accuracy of the printers?
The accuracy depends greatly on the size and structure of the printed parts. Generally the dimensional variation found is 0.4 mm compared to the volume of the part.
How big 3D printing can I do in printers Cliever?
The maximum size of currently belongs to our CL2 Pro Plus model, with 300mm (width) x 230mm (depth) x 450mm (height). For printing larger pieces, you can leave the object in several stages and then paste them or fit them. We recommend a simple Super Glue for gluing. The result is excellent!
Guides and Documentation
Here you can find all the necessary documentation
to learn everything about your Cliever
CL1 Black Edition
3D Printer CL1 Black Edition
CL2 Pro 1 E 2 Extruders
3D Printer CL2 Pro 1 E 2 Extruders
CL2 Pro Plus
3D Printer CL2 Pro Plus
Basic Tips for 3D Printing
Basic tips for 3D printing
ABS - Technical Specifications
PLA - Technical Especifications
Information Spray Cliever
Installation Cliever Studio
Cliever Studio and functionalities
Av. Pará, 914 - Porto Alegre - RS
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