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I use a couple different cad programs. One of my favorites is fairly inexpensive called Moments of Inspiration. It can be run off most laptops and has a very short learning curve. It is also very stable. What I do love about it is I can see the tesselation prior to export and refreshes as I change curvature values so I know I am getting a nice optimized stl for 3d printing.

Software can be found here:


The Anycubic machines uses free slicing software called Cura but you can use others. So far Cura has some descent presets for different materials to get the projects jump started.

Amazing how expensive all this was not that long ago and how accessable it all has become.

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