I use PrusaSlicer. in order to make this work properly, I uniformly scaled the filament to 1.52mm Z-height. because the filament has a hexagonal shape, that gives the long diagonal almost 1.75mm. make sure, when printing the filament, to use 0.12mm layer height and 0.2mm for the first layer. that way you get those 1.52mm.
next step is to set up the filament profile in the slicer. because hexagons have smaller surfaces than circles, that means that the theoretical diameter of your new filament is smaller. so I put in 1.5961mm diameter in the filament settings. and it works like a charm.
the vase was printed with the 7g filament in vase mode and the fox with the 30g filament. I had to scale them way down so I would have enough filament.
bonus tip: if using a direct extruder, make sure the filament doesn't turn on it's way in the extruder. that way, the model will one color on one side and other color on the other side. you can determine which side will be which color. in my case, yellow was visible from the front of my printer and the model is yellow from the front.