You can create models in UP's program, but we recommend creating your models in another program (eg. Blender, Maya, ZBrush)
With 'Auto Place' checked, the program will place your model on the plane how it thinks it will best print. Edits usually need to be made
This 3D printer is pretty good at printing without supports (for example, the rabbit's ears printed fine without supports) but be sure to check if your print will or won't need supports to print properly.
Here we are using the Rotate tool to turn the rabbit so that it is printed from the base up.
We recommend zooming in and creating a base that can go intersect the plane to ensure a successful print
The Infill will decide how densely your model will be printed. The more dense the object is, the longer it will take to print.
Something that is printed at 15% will still be very strong, so consider using the lowest percentage of infill possible
The infill does not affect the quality of the print, but will affect the weight
Unless you definitely know what you're doing, do not use the first two settings (shell or surface)
The rabbit was printed at a 15% infill, is sturdy, smooth, and light