no, it totally works for me...serge.s wrote:Hi,
Is it normal that with your FFF profile the "Auto-configure" drop downs disappear for selecting print quality and material ?
They are present with other Prusa i3 MK2 FFF profiles.
RC4 is an old configuration file and it seems they are not updating it anymore. What I did with my FFF is to cherry pick values from the latest slic3r prusa edition and semi-official Prusa's FFF plus a lot of trial and error. It is very much fine tuned over my machine, you may still need to make some adjustments, but in all honesty it is (at least for me) the best FFF you can use.wirlybird wrote:@matteo.s2
Curious about your FFF file. What really is the difference in it vs. the RC4 from Prusa? What I mean is if I were to set the RC4 FFF to the same settings as you have for PLA for instance shouldn't that get me the same results as using yours? Or is there something beyond the settings we can change on the difference tabs?
Just wanting to understand and hopefully not have a dozen FFF profiles but try to narrow down to a few that are highly functional.
Thanks so much for your efforts! After coming from a CTC clone and already using S3D I was eager to find settings that work best with my new MK2s. After reading this entire thread,I tried S3D's supplied profile and it stunk. Zits and seams in weird places. Josef's was much better, but yours was the best. The 3dBenchy I printed with your profile edges out Joseph's to be the best IMHO. Not to say that Joseph could not do as well, but S3D is not his, they don't pay him, and he puts his effort into Slic3r which is quite good also (and free).philipp.m wrote:Hi,
I am working on my S3D profile for half a year. And now it is giving me perfect results. At least for my standard prints (PLA, 0.2 layer height)
If someone wants to try printing it without Simplfy3D i have the gcode in the ZIP-File.
Here is a zip-file with the profile and gcodes inside:
I updated my Make on thingiverse:
And some images to compare (they are in high resolution - save them to get a closer look):
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