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Nextin3d
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Moving G-Gode from Prusa Slicer into Simplify3D?

Hi would like to try Simplify3d since I am not very happy with the current print results by the Prusa Slicer (The walls are often not connected to the rest of the print ...).

I have installed the Prusa settings for Simplify3D ( https://forum.prusa3d.com/forum/original-prusa-i3-mk3s-mk3-general-discussion-announcements-and-releases/simplify3d-settings-for-mk3-2/) but found that it doesn't have the correct g-code and the printer wouldn't even start and does not show the Extruder temperature.

My question:

Can I simply use the g-code (start / end?) from Prusa Slicer and copy paste it into Simplify3d?

 

 

This topic was modified 3 years ago by Nextin3d
Posted : 20/10/2019 11:37 am
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RE: Moving G-Gode from Prusa Slicer into Simplify3D?

It might be better to determine why P.Slicer isn't slicing your models correctly; I suspect S3D will have the same problems.

Posted : 20/10/2019 8:45 pm
rmm200
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RE: Moving G-Gode from Prusa Slicer into Simplify3D?

A free tool that has fixed all my broken models successfully is: 3D Builder from Microsoft.

If PSlicer says your STL file has errors - believe it.

Posted : 20/10/2019 8:51 pm
Nextin3d
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Moving G-Gode from Prusa Slicer into Simplify3D?

@robert-rmm200

Good tip, I have tried it and it found indeed 1 error with the file. After I printed the repaired part unfortunately it still has sometimes gaps between the infill and walls. The strange thing is that it is only one one side like this, the other side connects fine?

Posted : 25/10/2019 11:50 am
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