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Slicer parameters

Parameter Name Description
1 Raft

Select to print your model on a raft.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
2 Raft to Model Spacing

Distance above the raft at which your object is printed. Smaller values may make the raft harder to remove. Higher values may decrease the quality of your object's bottom surface.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
3 Raft to Model Shells Spacing

Distance above the raft at which your object is printed. Smaller values may make the raft harder to remove. Higher values may decrease the quality of your object's bottom surface.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
Parameter Name Description
1 Minimum Base Pattern Gap

Gaps in the raft smaller than this minimum will be filled in, reducing raft complexity.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:20.0
Step value:0.5
Default value:0.0
2 Raft Base Fill to Shell Overlap

Affects the spacing between the base fill and the innermost shell. For more overlap, use a lower value.

Parameter Name Description
1 Number of Interface Layer Shells

Number of shells printed for raft's interface layer(s). Additional shells may make the interface more stable.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:50000
Step value:1
Default value:0
Parameter Name Description
1 Brims Base Extrusion Width

Extrusion width on the brims shells. This value should be much wider than your nozzle width.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:4.0
Step value:0.1
Default value:
2 Brims Model Offset

This defines the distance between the model outline and the first brims shell. Increasing the offset produces brims farther from the model hence easier to remove. Decreasing this value increases brims adhesion to the model.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:-5.00
Maximum value:2.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
3 Brims Overlap Width

This defines the amount of overlap the next brims shell applies to previous shell. In general, it's best to have the outsets overlap slightly for increased hold.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:4.0
Step value:0.1
Default value:
4 Brims

Select to print your model with brims. Can be used in tandem with rafts. Brims generate on top of raft.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
5 Number of Brims

This sets how many shell layers the brims will be.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:50000
Step value:1
Default value:
6 Number of Enclosed Brims

This sets how many shell layers the brims created for enclosed areas within the external boundary of the model will be. Imagine a donut - the donut hole, is an enclosed area.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:50000
Step value:1
Default value:
7 Raft to Brims Spacing

An additional vertical offset between brims and the layer immediately below it. When using both raft and brims, increasing the spacing allows brims to be drooped onto the raft, allowing for both lateral support and easy removal from raft/brims mold.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:-5.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
1 Padded Base

Select to have first-layer shells and floors filled in with baseLayerWidth of 2.50. Useful better floors when printing with brims. Useful for stronger adhesion when printing raft-less/brims-less. Useful for printing when precise build plate leveling is not of interest/possible.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
2 Padded Base Outline Offset

Adjust outermost outline of base layer when using padded base. This allows minimal compensation for layer alignment in cases of close proximity footprints (think of a gear or moving parts) or z-leveling inaccuracies (affects plastic displacement as extrusions fuse together where buildplate is too close to nozzle). Negative value brings the outline inwards towards center of model.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:-1.00
Maximum value:0.50
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
3 Padded Base Extrusion Width

Extrusion width for Padded Base Layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:4.0
Step value:0.1
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
4 raftProfiles

Raft specific parameters.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
5 raftShellProfiles

Raft shell profiles for surface, interface, base, and purge_base.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
6 Raft-Support Spacing

Sets how far above the raft the supports object is printed. Smaller values may make the support stick more firmly to the raft. Defaults to the raft model spacing if not set.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:-1.00
7 Additional Raft Offset

Additional offset between the extruder and build plate when a raft is being printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:5.0
Step value:0.1
Default value:0.0
8 Raft Fill Profiles

Raft fill profiles for surface, solid, and sparse.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:{}
Parameter Name Description
1 Support

Select to print your model with automatically generated support structures.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
2 Leaky Connections

Select for less connected support structures which are easier to remove.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
3 Support Margin

Distance between the edge of the object and the outer edges of the supports. If it is set to 0.00, support structures will not extend farther than any supported overhang.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.10
Default value:0.00
4 Support to Model Spacing

Distance between supports and the printed object in the horizontal plane.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:0.50
Step value:0.01
Default value:
5 Support Angle

Support structures will be printed under overhangs where the angle is a greater number of degress than the value set here. A value of 0 will result in support everywhere. A value of 90 will result in no support.

6 Breakaway Support

Select to print your model with easy to remove supports.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
7 Support Bridges

Select to print support under all bridges.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
Parameter Name Description
1 Bridging

When set to true, the slicer will make sure that lines of extrusion that bridge gaps will always run between stable anchor regions. When set to false, none of the bridging settings below will be used.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
2 Maximum Bridge Length

A bridge is the underside of a print that is supported at both ends but not in the middle. If a bridge is longer than the length set here, support will be printed underneath.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:100.00
Step value:0.10
Default value:
3 Minimum Length of bridge Anchor

The bridge anchor settings determine which sections on an object can be used as stable anchor regions. If an anchor region is too narrow or too shallow, it will not provide a large enough base for the end of your bridge. Sections of your object narrower than the value set for bridgeAnchorMinimumLength or shallower than the value set for bridgeAnchorWidth will not be used as anchor regions.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:10.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
4 Width of bridge Anchor

The bridge anchor settings determine which sections on an object can be used as stable anchor regions. If an anchor region is too narrow or too shallow, it will not provide a large enough base for the end of your bridge. Sections of your object narrower than the value set for bridgeAnchorMinimumLength or shallower than the value set for bridgeAnchorWidth will not be used as anchor regions.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
5 bridgeRasterCellPerMM

Determines how fine the rasterization to discover bridged regions will be - finer rasterization can give better results, but will be much, much slower.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.5
Maximum value:100.0
Step value:0.5
Default value:8.0
Parameter Name Description
8 doSupportEdgeFollow

Run the edge follow algorithm on solid support chunks.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
9 Support Interior Extruder

Extruder used to print all regions on interior (solid, sparse, infill) of a support structure. Use when Mixed Material Support provide boost in speed or stability.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:1
Step value:1
Default value:
10 Support Min Morph Area

Minimum Area to output unmodified when tapering in or out.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:100
Step value:1
Default value:10
11 Support Morph Angle

External angle of the structure - this is the upper limit of the angle (angle will not be larger in value than this) that forms along the morphing taper of support structures. Morphing of shapes can accumulate as an ever changing angle depending on geometry of both polygon we are morphing as well as the target polygon we morph towards. It takes into account the layerHeight.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:90
Step value:1
Default value:69
12 supportShellProfiles

Support shell profiles for surface, solid, and sparse.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
13 supportSolidExpansionOutset

The larger this value, the greater the area of solid vs sparse on layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
14 Support Taper Angle

Internal angle of the structure - this is the angle that forms along the taper of support structures until the area reaches minAreaToTaperSupportsOut minimum. It takes into account the layerHeight.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:90
Step value:1
Default value:83
15 Support Roof to Model Spacing

Distance between the top-most layer of supports and the printed object in the horizontal plane.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:2.0
Step value:0.1
Default value:-1.0
16 Support Layer Height

Sets the layer height used for support structures. This layer height can be greater than the model layer height for faster printing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.05
Maximum value:0.40
Step value:0.01
Default value:-1.00
17 Support Cutout

Stop support slightly before model floors to allow for easier breakaway.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.0
18 Support Cutout Extra Distance

Extra x/y amount to clear support around model floors when support cutouts are used.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.0
19 Spacing between Breakaway Support and Model Roof

Control the additional droop distance between support floors and the exposed upper layers of your model. Smaller values make the support bind to the model more tightly, higher values make the support easier to remove but less precise and stable.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:100
Step value:1
Default value:0
20 Support Fill Profiles

Support fill profiles for surface, solid, and sparse.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:{}
21 supportFloorSolidLayerCount

22 supportFloorSolidThickness

Thickness of solid layers over support floor surface in mm. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

23 supportFloorSurfaceLayerCount

24 supportFloorSurfaceThickness

Thickness of the floor surface layers of the support in mm. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

25 supportRoofSolidLayerCount

26 supportRoofSolidThickness

Thickness of solid layers under support roof surface in mm. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:100
Step value:1
Default value:0
27 supportRoofSurfaceLayerCount

28 supportRoofSurfaceThickness

Thickness of the roof surface layers of the support in mm. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

Parameter Name Description
1 Layer Height

Height of each printed layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.02
Maximum value:1.20
Step value:0.01
Default value:
2 Coarseness

Features smaller than this area in square millimeters are removed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00000
Maximum value:0.01000
Step value:0.00001
Default value:
3 Fixed Layer Starting Point

Start each layer from the object closest to a fixed location, rather than closest to where the previous layer ended.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
4 Layer Starting Point (X)

X position of the point near which to start a layer when Fixed Layer Starting Point is true.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:-150
Maximum value:150
Step value:1
Default value:0
5 Layer Starting Point (Y)

Y position of the point near which to start a layer when Fixed Layer Starting Point is true.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:-153
Maximum value:153
Step value:1
Default value:0
6 Fixed Shell Starting Point

Start each shell at the vertex farmost in the direction specified by Shell Starting Point. If not selected, the starting point will be chosen for optimal ordering, and may cause the zipper to be a different place on every layer.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
7 Shell Starting Point (degrees)

Controls roughly where the zipper will be placed. 0 points toward the back of the printer. The zipper clockwise as the angle increases.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:°
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:359
Step value:1
Default value:215
Parameter Name Description
1 solidFillErosionDistance

Remove regions of infill narrower than this distance.

2 Model Fill Profiles

Model fill profiles for surface, solid, and sparse.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:{}
Parameter Name Description
1 Minimum fill

Do minimum fill.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
2 minfillDisappearingFractionTest

Fraction of minfillDisappearingAreasInsetDist to be applied to the remaining area determines how quickly that area would be disappearing under continued insetting. Determines how quickly thinning areas are allowed to disappear.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.7
3 minfillDisappearingInsetDist

Inset distance used to identify disappearing areas during downward shrinking. Areas that are disappearing too quickly to print during shrinking, will be preserved and this value determines how wide those structures will be.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.4
4 minfillDisappearingLeftoverMin

Once minfillDisappearingInsetDist is applied to an area, this config specifies minimum area leftover required for shrinking to proceed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.0
5 minfillMaxNoFillXYSquareSide

Max bounding cube side that results in strong, good quality walls with 0% infill.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:120.0
6 minfillMaxNoFillZHeight

Max z height that results in strong, good quality walls with 0% infill.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.0
7 minfillNascentSliverCleanupDist

When new minimum fill areas for a given layer are identified, slivers beyond this morphological opening distance are cleaned up (in mm).

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.05
8 minfillNumBottomAdhesionLayers

Number of first layers with extra adhesion to the surface below.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:5
9 minfillPillarAggregationFactor

Modifies algorithmically calculated morphological-closing distance value.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.0
10 minfillPillarBoundsSide

Experimentally determined stable square side (in mm) within which area minimum fill pillars can grow to large heights before pillar areas have to massivley expand without to guarantee stability.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:64.0
11 minfillPillarStabilityFractionXY

Minimum fraction of xy area needed for stability of minimum fill pillars supportin it without considering z height. Pillar are will not be allowes to shrink below this minimum.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:40.0
12 minfillRoofAnchorMargin

Roof anchor margins for very sparse areas, see description of roofAnchorMargin.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.0
13 minfillRoofReplaceCleanupDist

Inset/outset distance used for sliver cleanup in minimum fill areas resulting from roof replacement.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.3
14 minfillRoofReplaceHoleCloseDist

Outset/inset distance used for closing tiny holes in minimum fill areas resulting from roof replacement.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.15
15 minfillRoofSolidThickness

Thickness of minimum fill solid roof in mm. Overrides minfillRoofThickness if larger. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.0
16 minfillRoofSupportAngle

Up to this angle roof is not going to be suppoted.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:76.0
17 minfillRoofSurfaceThickness

Thickness of minimum fill surface roof in mm. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.0
18 minfillTopSupportThreshold

Once below this threshold (mm²), top-most minimum fill area identified will not be supported by minimum fill. This is the area identified after allowed overhang distance has already been inset. So it can not be large.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.01
19 minfillToRoofMinGap

Minimum guarateed distance from minimum fill area boundary to roofs on the same layer within xy plane.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.15
20 minfillVanishingAngle

The angle at which shrinking minimum fill structures can slant.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:57.0
21 minfillVanishingAngleUp

The angle at which upward srinking minimum fill structures can slant.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:45.0
22 minfillWorkAreaOutsetDist

Once centers of work areas are identified, those are outset to generate work areas. This is the distance of the outset in mm.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.5
23 minfillWorkAreasDetectDist

In order to identify 2d local work areas, detected disappeare areas are outset and intersected with the remaining parts of the model, this is the outsetting distance (in mm) used for such detection.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.3
Parameter Name Description
1 modelShellProfiles

Model shell profiles for surface, solid, and sparse.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
1 Floor Solid Layer Count

See floorSolidThickness. Overrides floorSolidThickness if set.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
2 Floor Solid Thickness

Thickness of solid layers over floor surface in mm. Overrides floorThickness if larger. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
3 Floor Surface Layer Count

See floorSurfaceThickness. Overrides floorSurfaceThickness if set.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
4 Floor Thickness

Thickness of your model's solid floor.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:10.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
5 raftedFloorOutset

Additional outset distance of rafted floor partitions.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
6 raftedFloorThickness

Thickness of the rafted floor layers of the model in mm. All floor layers within this distance are transformed into rafted floors.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
7 supportedFloorOutset

Additional outset distance of supported floor partitions.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
8 supportedFloorThickness

Thickness of the supported floor layers of the model in mm. All floor layers within this distance are transformed into supported floors.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
9 Floor Surface Thickness

Thickness of the floor surface layers of the model in mm. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
Parameter Name Description
1 Anchor border width

Extending roofs inside solid regions to support shells from layers above can help shells on sloped surfaces stay in place.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:2.00
Step value:0.10
Default value:0.00
2 Roof Solid Layer Count

See roofSolidThickness. Overrides roofSolidThickness if set.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
3 Roof Thickness

Thickness of your model's solid roof.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:10.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
4 Roof Solid Thickness

Thickness of solid layers under roof surface in mm. Overrides roofThickness if larger. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
5 Roof Surface Layer Count

See roofSurfaceThickness. Overrides roofSurfaceThickness if set.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
6 Roof Surface Thickness

Thickness of the roof surface layers of the model in mm. If not a multiple of layer height, the distance is rounded up to the next layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
Parameter Name Description
1 External Spurs

When set to true, the settings below will be used to create single walls where necessary. If set to false, sections of your object that are so thin that they require only a single extrusion width will not print at all.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
2 Internal Spurs

Internal spurs are spurs that appear inside the outlines of your object. Sections of a print that narrow to a point will often result in internal spurs on inner shells. When set to true, segments of single extrusion width will be used to fill the gaps between two shells where possible. This feature is experimental.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
3 Minimum Spur Length

Spur segments that are shorter than the value defined in this setting will be eliminated from the final toolpath.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.10
Default value:
4 Minimum Spur Width

These settings allow you to specify when spurs will be used. Spurs will not be used for sections wider than the maxSpurWidth or more narrow than the minSpurWidth. Sections wider than the maxSpurWidth will accommodate multiple extrusion widths. Sections narrower than the minSpurWidth will not be printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
5 Maximum Spur Width

These settings allow you to specify when spurs will be used. Spurs will not be used for sections wider than the maxSpurWidth or more narrow than the minSpurWidth. Sections wider than the maxSpurWidth will accommodate multiple extrusion widths. Sections narrower than the minSpurWidth will not be printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
Parameter Name Description
8 Base layer height

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.05
Maximum value:1.60
Step value:0.01
Default value:-1.00
9 Maximum Area To Taper Supports In

When generated support structures are larger than this area, we can save time and print material while ensuring print success. We taper the support structure in from area at that point until this threshold. Once the area is smaller than this, we create support structures as columns like default.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:99999.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:350.00
10 Minimum Area To Taper Supports Out

When generated support structures are smaller than this area, the base or footprint is not sturdy enough and may fall over. We taper the support structure out from original area until this threshold. Once the area is larger than this, we create support structures as columns like default (creates pencil looking structures that balance adhesion/lateral stability while limiting excess amount of footprint/support base that attaches to build plate or model material).

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:99999.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:350.00
11 Extruder with which to print the base layer

Extruder with which the entire base layer will be printed.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
12 Base layer width

Force the extrusions of the model base layer to be this wide.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.05
Maximum value:4.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
13 Convert Sparse Pulse Value

Offset value in mm to reduce small sparse areas by. We pulse in and then out to identify sparse areas in the geometry that will succeed better as solid regions.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:50.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
14 Smart Zipper

Select to enable smart zipper placement algorithm. This minimizes conspicuous zippers to improve print appearance by starting shell at most concave point of the polygon.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
15 doStickyMaterialSwitching

When moving up in Z-height, print with the last-used material first to minimize toolchanges.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
16 doZHopAndRetractCombo

Combine z hops and filament retracts into one move to battle stringiness.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
17 horizontalInset

An inset in the x-y plane. Increasting this values increases your tolerances.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.0
18 Low Speed Shell Minimum

Minimum area threshold before shells are printed with low_speed_shells extrusion label.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:100.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
19 minimumMoveDistance

Minimum distance any move can be.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
20 minPrintableArea

Minimum area such that its shell maintains structural stability when printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:5.0
21 Minimum Sparse Region Area

Smallest area sparse region can be before we convert into solid.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:99999.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
22 minSplitChunkPrintableArea

Minimum required area for a split chunk to be printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.0
23 pauseHeights

These are the heights to pause at.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:[]
24 Use Relative Extruder Positions

Use relative extruder positions for motors in Json Toolpath output only (never GCode). Absolute position and relative positions have different outcomes through Firmware (2018-05-17). Useful to get around a blobbing on restart from pause issue, but in future this key may possibly be deprecated.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
25 verticalAggregationCleanupDistance

Distance to inward pulse regions generated by the vertical aggregator.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.0
26 xScale

Scale correction in X. 1.0 is no change.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.0
27 yScale

Scale correction in Y. 1.0 is no change.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.0
28 zScale

Scale correction in Z. 1.0 is no change.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.0
29 Start Position

Initial position of all axes of the bot.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
30 Split Long Moves

If both a tight curve and part of a long, straight line are included in a Dynamic Speed Detection Window, the average change in degrees per millimeter may not be large enough to trigger a Dynamic Speed slowdown. This setting fixes this problem by splitting each long move into sections and treating them as separate moves. When set to true, every long move will be split into segments of the length set in the splitMinimumDistance setting. If splitting a long move does not trigger a Dynamic Speed change, the segments will be recombined. If you choose to split long moves into small segments, be aware that they may increase the size of your print file.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
31 Candy Coat

Adds a shell of support around model to help with complicated support attachment and oozy materials.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
32 Do Fill Trace

Trace shells when connecting infill to avoid travel moves that route the toolhead outside of the filled region.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
33 Do Z-Hop on Extruder Toggle

Whether or not we want to do a z-hop when toggling extruders.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
34 leakyTravelSpeedXY

Speed at which the extruder travels along the horizontal plane when it is not extruding plastic and not retracted.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:10.0
Maximum value:500.0
Step value:1.0
Default value:
35 Maximum Connection Length

Maximum length of an extrusion made to avoid retraction. If avoiding a retraction would require a longer extrusion, we will retract and go to the closest object instead.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:50.0
Step value:0.5
Default value:10.0
36 minfillHighHeatCapacityExtrusionProfile

Extrusion Profile to use for low heat capacity thin outline structures.

Type of parameter: String
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:sparse
37 minfillLowHeatCapacityExtrusionProfile

Extrusion Profile to use for high heat capacity thick outline structures.

Type of parameter: String
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:halfVolumeInfill
38 Number of candy coat support shells

How many shells of support to coat model with.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:5
Step value:1
Default value:0
39 shortenSpursDistance

How much to spur to shorten spurs by.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:-5.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
40 smallLayerAreaThreshold

Area under which a layer will be considered small.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm²
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:
Step value:1.0
Default value:0.0
41 Support Island Average Width Ratio

This is a ratio of 2 x area divided by perimeter (loop distance) for our support islands. When this perimeter is large while the area is small, it means the shape is thin and may fail. In terms of our tapered support algorithm, we do not want to morph or change the shape when our starting polygon is thin because portions underneath these will morph away, and not receive supports when they require them.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:5.0
Step value:1.0
Default value:7.0
42 Support Minimum Region Area

Anything smaller than this area gets expanded to a printable size roughly corresponding to 2 beadwidths so at least an enclosed shell can be extruded. This value is what determines how much cascading effect our supports have. Being that supports are drawn top down, the larger this value is, the thicker all downstream supports become through ripple effect.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:100
Step value:1
Default value:10
43 Minimum Speed Multiplier

This setting multiplied by the base feedrates set in your extrusion profiles equals your minimum extrusion speed. Layers slowed down by the minLayerDuration setting will not print slower than the speed set here. Feedrates slowed down by the Dynamic Speed settings will not be affected by this setting.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
44 Minimal Thick Infill Improvement

Minimum reduction in total area required for adding a thick sparse infill layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.0
45 Split Minimum Distance

When doSplitLongMoves is set to true, long moves will be split into segments of the length specified here.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.10
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
1 Purge Walls

Print your model with purge walls. If set to false, purge walls will not be made. If set to true, purge walls will always be made. If unset, purge walls will be made if the print uses more than one extruder. Recommended for dual extrusion prints.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:
2 Purge Early End

Select to end your purge wall once a print no longer toggles between two materials.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:
3 Wall Width

Extrusion width for the main part of the purge wall.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:2.00
Step value:0.10
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
1 Support Material Extruder

Extruder used to print support structures on a dual extrusion print when Mixed Material Support is turned off. In this selector, 0 is the Right extruder and 1 is the Left extruder.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:1
Step value:1
Default value:0
2 Mixed Material Raft

Print a mixed-material raft, where each part of the model rests on a section of raft printed in the same material.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:
3 Mixed Material Support

Print mixed-material support structures, where each part of the model is supported by structures printed in the same material.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
1 Default Extruder for Single Extruder Printing

When you use the MakerBot Slicer with MakerBot Desktop, you will assign objects to different extruders using the «Object Information» menu. When you call the MakerBot Slicer manually, this setting will determine which extruder will be used to build your object. On a machine with dual extruders, 0 is the right toolhead and 1 is the left toolhead. On a machine with a single extruder, the single toolhead is 0.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:1
Step value:1
Default value:
2 Extruder Profiles

Two sections enclosed in braces under extruderProfiles allow you to change a number of settings for each of two extruders. If your MakerBot 3D printer has two extruders, the settings enclosed in the first set of braces apply to the right extruder and the settings enclosed in the second set of braces apply to the left extruder. If your MakerBot 3D printer has a single extruder, your extruder profile is the one enclosed in the first set of braces and the one in the second set of braces can be ignored.

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
3 Extra Z Offset

Starting height of the extruder relative to the build plate.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:10.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:1.00
Parameter Name Description
1 Fan Modulation

Turning the fan off during long travel moves reduces stringing. This value specifies whether this technique is applied.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
2 Fan Modulation Threshold

This is the fraction of time in the fan modulation time window that must be spent extruding (not traveling) for the fan to turn on. Smaller values prefer the fan to be on, larger values prefer the fan to be off. Setting this value to 0.00 is equivalent to having the fan be always on, and setting it to 1.00 is equivalent to having the fan be always off.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
3 Fan Modulation Window

A time window used for modulating the fan. Smaller values cause the fan to switch on and off more frequently. Larger values will ignore some fast and short travel moves to switch the fan less frequently.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:s
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:5.0
Step value:0.1
Default value:
4 Use Active Cooling

Select to use active cooling fan during a print.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
5 Fan Layer

Layer at which to start using active cooling.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:5000
Step value:1
Default value:
6 Fan Power

Active cooling fan power (% Max Power).

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.50
Parameter Name Description
1 Adjacent Fill Leaky Connections

When true, do not extrude between adjacent infill lines. Which lines are considered adjacent is determined by adjacentFillLeakyDistanceRatio.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
2 Adjacent Fill Leaky Distance Ratio

Two fill lines are considered adjacent when the connection between them is shorter than the product of this value and the extrusion width.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:2.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
3 Shells Leaky Connections

When true, do not extrude when transitioning from one shell to another. This helps reduce blobbing with large numbers of shells.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
4 Leaky Connections Adjacent Distance

For a connection to be made leaky, the lengths of the extrusion paths immediately before and after must exceed this value. This applies to connections between shells, support, and infill.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.00
Parameter Name Description
1 Backlash Compensation

When set to true, the settings below will attempt to compensate for backlash. When set to false, none of the backlash settings below will be used. This feature is experimental and use may result in some slight distortion in printed objects.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
2 Minimum backlash inaccuracy

When you use the backlashFeedback setting, MakerBot Desktop compensates for increasingly small amounts of error over distance. The remaining error gets smaller and smaller, but is never fully compensated for. This setting fixes this problem by ending the backlash compensation when the remaining error becomes so small as to be insignificant. When the remaining error is smaller than the distance in millimeters set here, the slicer will stop compensating for backlash.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.0000
Maximum value:1.0000
Step value:0.0050
Default value:
3 Backlash Feedback

MakerBot Desktop compensates for feedback gradually in order to reduce distortion. It will compensate for a certain amount of feedback over the distance set in splitMinimumDistance. The amount of feedback compensated for in each segment of the length set by splitMinimumDistance is a percentage inverse to the number set here. For example, if the default backlashFeedback setting is 0.90 and the default splitMinimumDistance is 0.40 mm, the slicer will compensate for 10% of the remaining feedback error over the first 0.40 mm after the change in direction. Then it will compensate for 10% of the remaining error over the next 0.40 mm. This will continue until the size of the error meets or falls below the distance set in backlashEpsilon. If backlashFeedback is set to 0.00, the entire error will be compensated for immediately.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
4 Backlash X-axis

These settings tell MakerBot Desktop how much backlash the slicer should be compensating for. To determine if backlash is present, print a 20 mm calibration box (available under «File» > «Examples» in MakerBot Desktop) and measure the length and width of the printed box. If either the width (X) of your box is less than 20 mm, subtract that value from 20. Divide that number by two and enter the result into the appropriate backlash setting.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
5 Backlash Y-axis

These settings tell MakerBot Desktop how much backlash the slicer should be compensating for. To determine if backlash is present, print a 20 mm calibration box (available under «File» > «Examples» in MakerBot Desktop) and measure the length and width of the printed box. If either the length (Y) of your box is less than 20 mm, subtract that value from 20. Divide that number by two and enter the result into the appropriate backlash setting.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
1 Exponential Deceleration

Enable precise control of speed at the end of paths to reduce stringing. Only works for 5th generation machines.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
2 Exponential Deceleration Minimal Speed

Exponential deceleration will not cause the speed to fall below this value.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:150.0
Step value:0.1
Default value:0.0
3 Exponential Deceleration Ratio

During exponential deceleration, the extruder speed will slow from its initial speed to the product of the initial speed and this number.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.01
Default value:0.00
4 Exponential Deceleration Segment Count

Number of discrete speeds computed for exponential deceleration. Larger numbers give smoother motion at the expense of larger files.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:50
Step value:1
Default value:20
Parameter Name Description
1 Platform Temperature

Heated platform temperature.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:130
Step value:1
Default value:0
2 Chamber Temperature

Heated chamber temperature.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:40
Step value:1
Default value:0
3 Travel Speed

Speed at which the extruder travels along the horizontal plane when it is not extruding plastic.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:10.0
Maximum value:500.0
Step value:1.0
Default value:
4 Z-axis Travel Speed

Build plate speed as it moves down between layers.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:50.0
Step value:1.0
Default value:
5 Minimum Layer Duration

Minimum time for printing a layer. Layers that will print faster than the minimum will be slowed down. Minimum Layer Duration allows the plastic adequate time to cool before applying the next layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:s
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:30.0
Step value:0.1
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
1 Limit Maximum Command Rate

Limit the maximum command rate by slowing down in regions of high detail.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
2 Firmware Buffer Size

Size of the smallest and slowest firmware buffer.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:Commands
Minimum value:1
Maximum value:2048
Step value:1
Default value:
3 Command Rate Limit - Minimum Speed

When slowing down moves to limit the command rate, do not slow to below this speed. Moves that are already slower will not be slowed further.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:150.0
Step value:1.0
Default value:
4 Command Rate Limit - Speed Ratio

When slowing down moves to limit the command rate, do not slow to below this fraction of the original speed or the minimum speed, whichever is higher.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.05
Default value:
5 Split Count Bias

All commands are treated as though they have this many more segments. This results in short moves having a greater impact.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:Segments
Minimum value:0
Maximum value:32
Step value:1
Default value:
6 Firmware Split Move Distance

The firmware splits moves into segments of this length.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.05
Maximum value:5.00
Step value:0.05
Default value:
7 Firmware Split Recursion Depth

No more than this many segments may be split from each end of a move.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:Segments
Minimum value:1
Maximum value:128
Step value:1
Default value:
8 Firmware Command Transmission Rate

The maximum rate, in commands per second, at which the firmware can reliably and continuously transmit commands.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:Hz
Minimum value:10.0
Maximum value:10000.0
Step value:1.0
Default value:
9 doSketchStyleGcode

Determine whether to output MB-style gcode or FF-style gcode.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
10 gcodeEndRoutine

String of GCode to insert into the end of a slice to gcode.

Type of parameter: String
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
11 gcodeStartRoutine

String of GCode to insert into the start of a slice to gcode.

Type of parameter: String
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
12 Memory Threshold

Avoid using significantly more than this many megabytes of memory.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
1 Right (or single) extruder

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
2 Left extruder

Type of parameter:
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:
Parameter Name Description
1 Filament Diameter

Diameter of the plastic filament you will be using. If this value is too low, your extruder will extrude too much plastic. If it is too high, your extruder will extrude too little.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:1.25
Maximum value:2.25
Step value:0.01
Default value:
2 Retraction Distance

Length of filament retracted before travel moves. Retracting filament before travel moves helps to prevent stringing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Maximum value:1.00
Step value:0.10
Default value:
3 Retraction Speed

Rate at which your extruder will retract filament before travel moves.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:100.0
Step value:1.0
Default value:
4 Restart Speed

Extrusion rate when the extruder restarts after a retraction.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.0
Maximum value:50.0
Step value:1.0
Default value:-1.0
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