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Slic3r 1.1.7 Config File adapted to UM2

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Hi everybody!

I`ve love Cura but sometimes I need to validate some model (e.g missing walls) or change some support settings to get better prints. After some seach I found NetFabb, Slic3r and Kisslicer as options to fix some of those problems. Reading some topics in UM Forum I choose Slic3r to be my plan B, but I`m having some problems to set the Printer Settings.

I would like to know, someone have a Config File adapted to UM2 to help me with print parameters and filaments settings?

I downloaded a Config File for slic3r but it doesn`t fit in UM2 propose (e.g 0.5 nozzle and printable area with diferent size).

I read some old posts about Netfabb, looks like the best slicer but they don`t support UM2 anymore... I wonder if even without this support it runs smoothly and what can be wrong?

Extra tips to validation STL models are welcome <---

Cheers!

 

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