5.1.6. Import Template

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Option 1: Importing refers to importing a slice template (.bin or .data file) from your computer as Figure 1.

Template Name refers to the template’s name which you import, and you also can rename it by yourself.


Figure 1: Import Slicing Template – Modify template name.

Option 2: Importing a slice template (.bin or .data file) from OFP.

Note:It can only work properly with ideaMaker version 4.3.0 or higher.

Open Filament Program (OFP), is a collaboration between Raise3D and Filament Manufacturers to identify and select the best performing filaments for Raise3D printers.

With this function enabled, we can import slice template into ideaMaker refers to Figure 2.

For example: We can select filament brand is 3DXTECH and click "Next" button, then we can choose the printer type and the filament type refers to Figure 3.

Figure 2: Add OFP slice template.

Click "Download" button, then click "Import to ideaMaker" button, the template will be imported into ideaMaker.

Figure 3: Import slice template into ideaMaker.

If you want to import a slice template that does not currently have a printer type or filament type in ideaMaker, you can click New Printer to create a new type. If it already exists in ideaMaker, just choose printer type or filament type.

Figure 4: Import Slicing Template.

Click Edit button to check or edit the name and settings of the template as Figure 5.

Figure 5: Printer Details of "Import Slicing Template".