VP75 Slic3r profiles
This is the latest Slic3r configuration profile bundle provided by Kühling&Kühling for their VP75 Additive Manufacturing System. Use them as they are with filaments provided or recommended by Kühling&Kühling or take the configuration as a starting point for your individual needs.
All information about the machine is available at http://kuehlingkuehling.de.
The following profiles are included within the bundle .ini:
- SOLID (nozzle 0.35), SOLID (nozzle 0.5) a configuration for solid objects, suited for mechanically loaded and tough parts. Prepared for 0.35/0.5mm nozzles.
- ECO (nozzle 0.35), ECO (nozzle 0.5), ECO (nozzle 0.75) a configuration for solid objects, suited for mechanically loaded and tough parts. Prepared for 0.35/0.5/0.75mm nozzle.
- Polymaker PC-Max 1.75mm
Refer to our manual at http://docs.kuehlingkuehling.de for further information on printing with these materials.
- VP75 (nozzle 0.35), VP75 (nozzle 0.5), VP75 (nozzle 0.75) for using dependant on your nozzle currently installed.
Attention: When importing this profile bundle into Slic3r, existing presets may be overwritten. It is recommended to backup your custom/modified presets by exporting them as a bundle first (File > Export Config Bundle)
To install the provided configuration bundle to your Slic3r installation, load the .ini file through the Menu File > Load Config Bundle.
The latest release of the profile bundle, conveniently packaged as a downloadable archive file is linked in the users manual at [http://docs.kuehlingkuehling.de] or directly available at https://github.com/kuehlingkuehling/KuehlingKuehling-Slic3r-profiles/releases Always check for compatibility with your specific model and machine revision as well as software/firmware and Slic3r versions in the release notes to each bundle!
These profiles are developed by Kühling&Kühling GmbH, Christianspries 30, 24159 Kiel (Germany)
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