3D Slash
The 3D Slash App (3.2.1)
3D Slash is also available as a local app for your computer. The local app is more powerful than the web version, due to technical limitations of browsers.
You can try the 3D Slash App for FREE, but you need to register first.
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Step 1: download 3D Slash app

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What's new with version 3.2.1?

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Step 2: associate your 3D Slash app

Once installed, you must indicate that this app is connected to your account, so that your local work will be synchronized with your account.

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What's new with version 3.2.1?
3.2.1 (25th February 2020)
- push-finger tool! adjust your shape with a simple click
- improved ergonomics: it's now easier to move the camera around a small part
- new exporter : GLB format
- optimised synchronization
- minor fixes

3.1.0 (23rd June 2017)
- SOUNDS: you can now enjoy the sound of your tools!
- high definition: the HD mode is now available when you create a model from a text or a picture.
- improved wording
- improved ergonomics: symmetrical stretch of shapes (unless you press shift or ctrl), ...

3.0.0 (23rd February 2017)
- the "engraving" feature. Use any drawing as a stencil for your hammer. You can engrave a word, a logo, a shape or even a simple hole! Just type a word or import a picture and start to engrave! It simplifies some of the previous operations on complex shapes.
- new export interface.
- export by color. Even if your purpose is monochrome 3D printing, it is a good practice to use different colors for each part of your creation: you can export a STL file for each separate color.
- export FBX and Collada. 3D Slash is not only about 3D printing. A lot of softwares --games like Second Life, tools like Unity-- need 3D user generated content. The new FBX and Collada exporters convert your models in an optimized way, in respect with the scale you selected.
- export LOD (Level Of Detail). You can export different Levels Of Detail, from your precise model to a simple cube. Most softwares appreciate this as it is the best way to optimize the 3D rendering of a complex scene.
- high definition: the local app simplifies the access to the high definition in a very understandable way. High definition means that you are working with the smallest cubes.
- new file manager: drag&drop to move files from one folder to another.
- renaming of some tools.
- new animations.
- improved ergonomics: more intuitive, less click, ...

2.6.0 (18th July 2016)
- new file manager, consistent with the new file manager on the web side
- support folders (folders are managed on the web side)
- automatic filenames
- simplified export process
- enhanced HD feature: defines the resolution of all import or paste operations
- minor fixes
- new tutorials

2.5.1 (10th May 2016)
- the "projector" feature has been fully redesigned
- the graphpaper is still there for precise work, but you can now adjust the projection directly on the model
- you can still use the projected picture to guide your work, but you can now transfer the picture on the model as with decal. Use your finger if you have a touchscreen!
- as a projected picture you can define a text and select the police and the color.
- as a projected picture you can use png files with transparency.
- new lighting of the model
- the chisel works in 3D! It used to work only on flat surfaces. Now you can even slash a sphere!
- the magnifying glass prevents you from working with small size and an unappropriate zoom. It will first zoom in automatically in order to get you a better visibility and precision.
- the user interface has been simplified and improved
- new units : feet and meters. You can imagine buildings, bridges,...