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Kisslicer

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I'm a big fan of Kisslicer, now that the author is back to working on it.

It's free to try, with a couple of minor features disabled until you pay a nominal charge to unlock the Pro version.

It's got a great combination of features, particularly in the 1.5 Beta, which does Sequential printing. It's fast and the only feature that would make it even more perfect for my products would be variable layer height, for smoother domed top features.

My products:

http://stores.thefencingpost.com/pommel-epee-french-grip-melting-pommel-14g-170g/

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http://stores.thefencingpost.com/pommel-epee-french-grip-palmel-18g-170g/

 

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Ooh, he's added in sequential printing now has he. Maybe it's time to revisit my ol favourite slicer as that is one of the main things I felt it was missing :) To make it easier for people to get started maybe you could post your profile for the printer? My profile was just hastily thrown together a long time ago and is probably not the best to start with for a newbie.

 

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