Guys I purchased Simplify 3D and really feed of sending emails to there tech

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(Kartish Nair) #1

Guys I purchased Simplify 3D and really feed of sending emails to there tech support . No proper replies and replies after weeks . So whats the deal in paying $140 ? I guess they are not bothered about customer once they get there money !

(Ariel Yahni (UniKpty)) #2

If You need help with it on maker not let me know I could help

(Thomas Sanladerer) #3

I tried contacting them for a demo/review license and after a few emails back and forth, they simply stopped responding. Go figure…

(Ariel Yahni (UniKpty)) #4

It’s a very good slicing software. Give you a lot of options to decide how to print. The support structure are the best and would give you a very good clean surface

(Ariel Yahni (UniKpty)) #5

It’s a very good slicing software. Give you a lot of options to decide how to print. The support structure are the best and would give you a very good clean surface

(Kartish Nair) #6

@Ariel_Yahni_UniKpty How good the software may be but after sales support is important

(Ariel Yahni (UniKpty)) #7

Its very slow but as I have being using it for a long time most of the troubles have being answered

(Mike Kelly) #8

All I can say is, not offering a free demo is just asking for people to pirate your software.

I purchased it, but had it been my money I wouldn’t have. Knowing what I know now I wouldn’t say it’s worth $140 either. Certainly would take a lot of failed prints to justify that cost vs a free slicer.

(Kartish Nair) #9

@Mike_Kelly_Mike_Make Correct . My Kisslicer still works the best for me . I have to make lots of trails in Simplify for get it right . So whats the point of paying $140 , you just get a better UI .