This section covers the most frequently asked questions on AON3D’s SuperSlicer bundle. The answers can be found within the dropdown by clicking the question.
To set the right side toolhead (T1) as the primary printing head, follow these steps within the printer’s configuration settings:
Next, change the current tool change script:
G90; Using absolute coordinates M140 S[first_layer_bed_temperature] ; Set the bed temperature M190 S[first_layer_bed_temperature] ; Wait for the bed temperature to stabilize M104 S[first_layer_temperature] T[current_extruder]; Set the extruder temperature M109 S[first_layer_temperature] T[current_extruder] ; Wait for the extruder temperature to stabilize T[current_extruder] G0 Z[first_layer_height] G1 X20 Y10 F10000.0 ; go outside print area G92 E0 G1 X350 E7 F2000.0 ; intro line G92 E0
By following these steps, you can effectively configure the printer to use the second toolhead (T1) as the primary printing toolhead.
SuperSlicer uses the .3mf file format to store model and print settings data. By default, saving a project file will store all this information, including user specific changes to profiles. This file, along with the G-code, is required to troubleshoot print projects.
The AON3D SuperSlicer package is designed for installation on Windows. To use the AON3D profiles on Linux or macOS, download the latest configuration file found on the main page and the base SuperSlicer package found here, under the Assets section.
Once installed, you will then:
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