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February 27, 2012 AT 12:00 am

Pleasant3D is now open source – 3D printing with MakerBot and other hardware

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Pleasant Hardware » Blog Archive » Pleasant3D is now open source – 3D printing with MakerBot and other hardware via Fabaloo. Zaggo writes –

…starting today, I open source the complete code base of Pleasant3D:

https://github.com/zaggo/Pleasant3D

(The slicer plugins of Pleasant3D were open source from the beginning. I’ll mark the old open source BitBucket repository as obsolete.) I’d be very happy, if some of you 3D-printing (or CNC-milling) Mac developers out there would help with the further development of Pleasant3D!


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1 Comment

  1. To bad it’s for Mac OS X only! Hopefully Zaggo will make it cross platform with compiled binaries.

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