The Wanhao 5S is an extremely sturdy machine, and has a great design. However, the firmware on the machines only allow it to run .i files. .i files are a bit different than .Gcode files. You can either flash the firmware on your Wanhao 5S with experimental firmware from user Jetguy, or use Fusiontek Ideamaker software to translate G-Code files.
Step 1) Making a G-Code file from Simplify3D
Download the FFF file for your printer (slicing settings file)
Simplify3D profile for Wanhao S5- Large
Simplify3D profile for Wanhao S5-Mini
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qs53sp1fllvy6 ... S.fff?dl=0
-New link thanks to carbide (see post below)
After downloading that file, in Simplify3D click "Edit Process Settings" and import the FFF file.
Once this has been done, you can drag in a 3D model model, select Prepare to Print and then click the "Save Toolpaths to Disk" button, to save a .Gcode file.
Step 2) Sending the G-Code file to the Wanhao printer
You can either use FusionTech Ideamaker software to send convert the .Gcode to a .I file, or flash the firmware on your Wanhao printer with Repetier firmware by Jetguy so it will read standard G-code.
FusionTech IdeaMaker Software-option to translate G-Code to .i files (Wanhao maker does not have this feature)
To download FusionTech Ideamaker Software that translates G-Code to .i files (Windows only)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/isja34hpyzrs9 ... 0.zip?dl=0
-New link thanks to Carbide (see post below)
To flash the firmware on your printer so it will read .Gcode files instead of .i files, use Jetguy's Firmware for the D5 Wanhao (Repetier based), 115200 Baud Rate. Download Arduino software to flash this onto your printer.
More information from Jetguy about the firmware
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/w ... UDz41PgygJ