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Make sure the 3D printer you have is connected to a USB charger.
If you don’t have a 3D Printer yet, make sure it has a USB port, which can be found under the settings menu on your device.
On your 3D Print settings page, click the gear icon next to 3D Printers.
The gear icon will turn into a 3-dot menu, which will allow you to select 3D Printing and 3D Scanning options.
To open the 3d Print Settings menu, click 3D printing in the drop-down menu.
In the 3-D Printing section, check the box next to Print settings.
Make a note of the print settings that are shown in the menu bar.
Click the Add button next to Add 3D print settings.
The 3DPrint Settings page will open.
Choose a file type.
Select SolidWorks, which is the default option.
SolidWorks will save the file to your desktop.
You can also click Save file to open the file in a new tab, save it, and close the tab.
You will need to open a new file.
In your 3-d Print settings menu, go to the 3rd Party option, and click 3-party option.
Click Print in the bottom-right corner.
Select the file you just saved.
Select Add file to begin printing.
The file will open up. 8.
You should see your file printed in the print preview window.
You may need to go back and re-select the 3DPrint settings page.
Your file will be displayed in the preview window, and you can continue printing.
Once your file is printed, you will be presented with a preview of the resulting file.
Click print to start printing.
You’ll notice that your file has a “print quality” option, which tells the printer to make sure your print is a good fit for the material that will be printed.
The higher the quality, the better the print will be.
You want the material to be a uniform color, which means that you want a consistent color across the entire print, not just a single color.
Select a color, such as yellow.
Click OK. 12.
In SolidWorks Settings, click Print.
Select your desired materials.