This is a beta release for the Windows version of "B9Editor"
Windows installer: http://b9c.com/downloads/SetupB9Editor.exe
The purpose of B9Editor is to covert slice images to a "Job File" (.b9j)
Multiple image formats are acceptable including .svg
Slice images are "crushed" into a compressed format and stored in the job file.
Slices may be individually edited using simple draw and fill commands.
In support mode, unsupported pixels are highlighted in RED. Simple support structures may be manually placed. These are saved as part of the job file.
It's pretty straight forward, but more documentation will be forthcoming.
This software does not "drive" the printer. A second program, B9Creator, will read in .b9j files and drive the print process.
I'll try to answer any questions, but my primary focus right now is getting the rewards shipped. As time allows I will upload both programs for Windows, OS_X and Linux.
PS: If you need software to slice your 3D Models (.stl) I suggest looking into slic3r, it's a great utility! http://slic3r.org/
You'll need to use the .svg output format (not G-Code).
Measure Twice, Cut Once.