They already hired a ton of developers to do just that.mntbighker wrote: ↑Thu Dec 19, 2019 7:27 pmI really wish Prusa (the obvious king of 3D printing) would really ramp up development of their in house slicer variant so that it becomes the clear and obvious ONLY choice for an FDM slicer on ANY printer. They certainly have the resources and the expertise.
The villagers are getting restless. I see a lot of “Engineers” in this thread talking tech like tenny boppers. This thread was to alert the rest of us that the next software release will most likely not appease your expectations? Great post, keep up the quality work. I look forward to your continued gripes, that you can somehow still struggle to 3D print in 2019.mntbighker wrote: ↑Thu Dec 19, 2019 7:10 pmLet me be the first one to voice my skepticism that 5 will be any different than 4.1out of the gate. As usual the announcement is marketing fluff with no substance whatsoever.
"Over the years, Simplify3D has built a reputation for accuracy and reliability."
I really hope I'm wrong. But there is no past evidence to that effect.