MakerBot Print is our newest print-prepration software, which supports native CAD files and STL assemblies,
allows you to interact with all your printers via the Cloud, and many other exciting new features.
I've upgraded to UBUNTU 64 bit from 32 bit because I wanted a more recent version of Cura (3.1).
When I checked the software repository it had the same version of Cura but I noticed the PrusaSlicer was available so I installed it.
It definitely has more options than Cura did.
Though the TLM wasn't in its printer library, I set up a custom printer with the same start and end GCODE I used in Cura.
I was amazed at the improvement in my prints.
Is anyone else using PrusaSlicer?
What has your experience been?
I've been using PrusaSlicer for the last 4-6 months and have been very happy with it. Prints "just work", as long as my hotend temp sensor's wiring doesn't work itself loose.
Have you played with the "magic ratio" settings (0.1618 & 0.3236 layer heights)?
I've tried all sorts of settings and can't seem to get any consistency with my top surfaces.
This is my start GCODE.
G1 Z50 F25000
G30 Z1.6;nozzle height
M280 PS7; Set BLTouch to idle position (light off pin in)
M221 S100;set flow rate to 100%
G92 E0; set filament to zero
G1 X0 Y0 Z100;lift nozzle