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Question The V0.1 page on GitHub only has a slicer profile for PrusaSlicer. Is there a profile for SuperSlicer or Cura anywhere?

polypeptide147

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I’ve always used Cura but heard SuperSlicer is recommended by a lot of Voron users. If there’s a profile so I can get started with some good settings that would be great!
 

jtdowney

Member
I’ve always used Cura but heard SuperSlicer is recommended by a lot of Voron users. If there’s a profile so I can get started with some good settings that would be great!
SuperSlicer has V0 in the configuration wizard. I haven't used it but it is probably fine but meant for the bowden style pocketwatch extruder from the V0 and not the V0.1 style MiniAfterburner. It is still workable but you'll want to tune the extruder retractions at the very least.
 

polypeptide147

New member
SuperSlicer has V0 in the configuration wizard. I haven't used it but it is probably fine but meant for the bowden style pocketwatch extruder from the V0 and not the V0.1 style MiniAfterburner. It is still workable but you'll want to tune the extruder retractions at the very least.
I tried it and it was not good at all. I get basically flawless prints with Cura and I changed the retraction settings in superslicer to match but the print looks awful
 
SuperSlicer have a menu option for Calibration, which includes retraction settings. You should run these on you own printer, the default profile is just a foundation from where to build your settings.
Screenshot 2022-11-18 19.50.55.jpg
 

Neizo

Member
As others have pointed out, there are built in profiles for the v0. You need to be careful as it is for the v0 and not the v0.1. The main difference, in my opinion, is the retraction distance, as it is set for bowden, and not direct drive. If you want, you can reuse the profile I use, which are in my description. Just try to tune it down, in terms of speed and accel, until you have made some speed test and proper calibration
 

Neizo

Member
Also your able to import a PrusaSlicer profile into Superslicer
Yes you can. Basically, superslicer is a modified version of prusaslicer, but with more settings. The other way might not be possible tho (superslicer -> prusaslicer)
 

Methos

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Yes you can. Basically, superslicer is a modified version of prusaslicer, but with more settings. The other way might not be possible tho (superslicer -> prusaslicer)
Yes thats what I said, you can import from Prusaslicer -> Superslice, its also possible go the other way but you lose some settings.
 

MobileMcC

New member
I've used Doc's and Ellis' 2.4/Trident profiles on my V0.1 and they work fine after changing the bed size. They aren't that different, really.
 

Neizo

Member
Yes thats what I said, you can import from Prusaslicer -> Superslice, its also possible go the other way but you lose some settings.
Sorry, I thought it was OP asking.. I just looked at the profile picutre, and saw both in green, my bad !
 
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