Congratulations on implementing a Mason 3D Printer into your design and manufacturing workflow. The Mason is intended as a remote sampling and prototyping tool to allow clients to validate designs on their own and then export them the Slant 3D for large scale production. on this page you will find links and resources to everything that you need to maximize the value of the Mason.
The Mason 3D Printer utilizes the CURA slicer software to convert 3D .STLS and OBJ files into operational code for the machine. You may download the current version below or download older versions here.
Material Print Settings
Once you have Cura running be sure to import the foundaton printing profiles for the Mason 3D Printer. The Zip Files below contain all of the primary material printing profiles for the Mason. You may customize settings as needed.
3D Model Resources
Part Mason is a 3D model repository for industrial components. As a Mason operator you recieve a discount on all file downloads within the Part Mason inventory. All designs are optimized for the Mason so printing is completely seemless.
If you are new to 3D Printing, or simply need more assistance implementing your Mason 3D Printer. The Video and Written tutorials below should be of assistance. If you are an Onsite subscriber, then you may access your confirmation message to find premium support resources.
Setting Up The Mason
Setting Up Cura
Slicing a 3D Model
- Where to Find Engineering Models
- General Slicing of a Model
- Slicing with Supports