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What are the settings of Quickprint want to use these as a starting point for experiments

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Hi,

With quickprint I get good printing results in all 3 modes

high quality, normal quality and fast low quality.

Now I want to start to experiment with the parameters like filldensity layerthickness etc.

I have changed some of the parameters of the expertmode and got bad results.

So I conclude I traveled away too far from the quickprint-settings.

Where can I find all the parameters the quickprintmodes are using?

Especcially I want to print quick like in fast-mode with a high layerthickness but with 100% density.

best regards

Stefan

 

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What you can do, is you slice a file with quickprint, save that GCode. And then switch to full settings mode. In full settings mode, use the "file->load profile from GCode" function to load the settings from the gcode files that you made earlier. This will load the quickprint settings into full settings mode.

 

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