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H2: The Envision One RP (Rapid Prototype) software takes print files and translates them to the printer. Everything that is printed using the Envision One must pass through this software successfully. This module covers the basics of the software and will walk you through the entire workflow.

H3: The Envision One RP (Rapid Prototype) software takes print files and translates them to the printer. Everything that is printed using the Envision One must pass through this software successfully. This module covers the basics of the software and will walk you through the entire workflow.

  1. See the list below of primary supplies. Every item on this list needs to be acquired
  2. The non-immediate supplies are handy to have when needed. They are not required for post processing

H4: The Envision One RP (Rapid Prototype) software takes print files and translates them to the printer. Everything that is printed using the Envision One must pass through this software successfully. This module covers the basics of the software and will walk you through the entire workflow.

H5: The Envision One RP (Rapid Prototype) software takes print files and translates them to the printer. Everything that is printed using the Envision One must pass through this software successfully. This module covers the basics of the software and will walk you through the entire workflow.

Everything from the primary supplies list must be purchased. The non-immediate supplies may be acquired as needed

The printable space is represented by the white grid on the screen while looking at the software from the Top view, which is the view the Envision One RP software defaults to when it opens. The lower left corner of the screen will display the word Top if you are in Top view.

All models need to be completely within the limits of the printable space. Models running off the edge of the white space in the Envision One RP software will be cut off and will not print. Any model added to the grey space in the software will not print at all.

This is a warning style message box.

What is Envision One RP?

  • Absorbent paper towel
  • Air compressor – Cannot use canned air
  • Cone-shaped paint filters
  • Ethernet cable: CAT 6 (highly recommended)
  • Garbage can
  • Makeup or quality paint brush
  • Nitrile gloves
  • PWA 2000 (parts washer) or post-processing containers, 1 qt
  • Storage containers for material – sealable and opaque
  • USB drive
  • 99% Isopropyl alcohol

This is an informational style message box.

The printable space is represented by the white grid on the screen while looking at the software from the Top view, which is the view the Envision One RP software defaults to when it opens. The lower left corner of the screen will display the word Top if you are in Top view.

All models need to be completely within the limits of the printable space. Models running off the edge of the white space in the Envision One RP software will be cut off and will not print. Any model added to the grey space in the software will not print at all.

This is an iportant warning style message box.

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