Dear Mr. Alessandro Ranellucci
I had to change to other slicer because in real Digital long run production we need to make multiple STL file in one plate...never been able to prepare a Multifile (6 files of 4 megas x example) without crashing...tested on several computers..and all version since the oldest ones.
Also I believe Would be great if you include temperature changes Option when changing tool.
So the UNUSED extruder (besides retraction when no use) it also CHANGES THE TEMP TO A PASSIVE STATE to avoid Leaking.
Im slicing now with the new version...I PRAY for the multifile CRASH ISSUE to be solved...
I make muchnicer prints with Slic3r.
ALL THE REST I LOVE...support, speed settings, etc..
I achived much better quality prints with Slic3r than with others...but cannot use it for everything.
What about supplying exact files, version number, config.ini and steps to reproduce?
Still, no information on your operating system.
Today I spent the hole day working on this... definitely Your Slicers algorithm or way to slice is very very similar to the statasys one, the result is very similar...at least to my eyes...only the low Z on retraction is missing...
I have downloaded Mesh mixer and netfabb to fix the files...as I noticed some of them give error (not manifold etc..) but as they print all scanned files from dentures, files are always different, and therey have no time to fix each file....and they are used to DImension soft that looks like solves it all ...
Regarding the amount of files..I cannot slice more than 3..it crashes no matter what I do....
.thats the main issue now...
Thanks for such a great product...
I hope the link is good now..
look at my #857 fred,
could be the same prob?- running out of mem or pointers or what so ever?
How many threads have you set slic3r to use?
You'll find the setting at: Print Settings > Advanced > Other > Threads:
Try lowering it or setting it to 1. This should reduce the memory usage. Having this setting set too high crashes my Windows when I try to generate gcode from hi-poly models.
mine has 8GB, W7P, and crashes Slicer (not Windows) on big files when threads >1.
When finished slicing on my 8GB computer Ican´t load the file in Slicer host on my 4 GB XP notebook, must print from the 8GB one.