Author: Anas Alhamdan Category: API v1

Introduction: MakePrintable API MakePrintable API follows common REST conventions. Meaning you should use GET requests to retrieve data and POST, PUT, or PATCH requests to modify data. HTTP response codes are used to indicate API errors. JSON will be returned in all responses from the API. Every response will by a default JSON...

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Author: Anas Alhamdan Category: API v1

Makeprintable API: Authentication Using API Key You authenticate to Makeprintable API by providing your secret API key  in the request headers. You can find your API key and secret on your account settings page. Authentication to the API can be done by adding your API key as a request header. For example,...

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Author: Baha Abu Nojaim Category: Latest News, Technology

Since the launch of our beta and our servers are getting flooded with tests thanks to the great beta testers who are helping us in making MakePrintable the solution we are aiming to deliver, during the last few weeks we have been able to identify cases and work on...

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Author: Mohammad Ashqar Category: Technology

G Code files are those files exported from a slicer software, containing a list of commands, which the 3D printer reads and executes, in order to print a 3D model. For further reading on G-code, click here. The Generated G-Code commands represent horizontal layers “slices” of the 3D model, sliced...

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