3D printers not only use programming languages but also use control codes to generate the object. If you are referring to the language that tells a printer how to interpret 3D model then the answer is GCODE. It is a file that contains the list of commands and coordinates.
If we talked about control codes then these are like assembly languages but the only difference is that the input comes from “compiling” 3D CAD files. Although most of the 3D printer software is written in Python, Java, C++. If you are not satisfied with the answer and want to know more about what programming language do 3D printers use then please get in touch with experts at Dell Printer Technical Support who are always ready to provide you an immediate response.
What Programming Language do 3D Printers Use?
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