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O. Knode
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Question regarding a Handbook

Is there any source to download a complete Instruction "How To" use slicer as an pdf without the necessary to move for any question in a diffrent help source. Thinking of an all in one pdf with an addendum for future new functions?

Posted : 29/11/2023 12:38 pm
Neophyl
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RE: Question regarding a Handbook

Simple answer is no.

Posted : 29/11/2023 12:41 pm
O. Knode
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Topic starter answered:
RE: Question regarding a Handbook

Ok thanks

Posted : 29/11/2023 12:44 pm
_KaszpiR_
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RE: Question regarding a Handbook

I can give you 99 separate pdf files, each is an article from prusa page https://bagno.hlds.pl/prusa3d/prusaslicer/prusaslicer.zip

See my GitHub and printables.com for some 3d stuff that you may like.

Posted : 29/11/2023 9:00 pm
Neophyl
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RE: Question regarding a Handbook

But even with those there is no complete listing of the settings and what each of them do and the myriad of ways they can interact. That knowledge is only gained through use and experimentation. The Prusa slicer knowledge base is a good start but it is far from complete and even that lags behind the change of pace in the software. 

Posted : 29/11/2023 9:38 pm
_KaszpiR_
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RE: Question regarding a Handbook

True, but on the other hand current manuals are good start to get to know what the software is capable of, especially how to start using it (and that does not change too much over time).

You talk about running, while people ask how to walk because they're crawling.

Either way unfortunately Prusa help page about PrusaSlicer are a bit problematic to process and merge them into one document. It's a bunch of wordpress pages exposed with some dynamic menu on the left, while help API is a bit of lacking of proper category cross links, unfortunately.

See my GitHub and printables.com for some 3d stuff that you may like.

Posted : 29/11/2023 10:02 pm
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