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Slic3r profile for a good print result

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Posted · Slic3r profile for a good print result

Hi everybody,

is there anybody who has a profile correctly setted ready to obtain a fine quality print?

I've just assembled my first Ultimaker but now I'm fighting with RepG/Slic3r to print something good.

Using Slic3r "Fine Print" profile I've only obtained low quality printouts.

Please, can anybody help me?

Kind regards

Luca

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Posted · Slic3r profile for a good print result

While I haven't tried printing with RepG34/Slic3r. But Cura's defaults:

https://github.com/daid/Cura/wiki

are good for printing. If you have problems with those settings, then almost always the real problem is mechanical.

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