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Slicer parameters

Parameter Name Description
1 Layer Height

The height of each layer in mm. Higher values produce faster prints in lower resolution, lower values produce slower prints in higher resolution.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
Minimum value (Warning):0.04
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.20
2 Initial Layer Height

The height of the initial layer in mm. A thicker initial layer makes adhesion to the build plate easier.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
Minimum value (Warning):0.10
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.30
3 Line Width

Width of a single line. Generally, the width of each line should correspond to the width of the nozzle. However, slightly reducing this value could produce better prints.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Default value:0.40
4 Wall Line Width

Width of a single wall line.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Step value:
Default value:0.40
5 Outer Wall Line Width

Width of the outermost wall line. By lowering this value, higher levels of detail can be printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Default value:0.40
6 Inner Wall(s) Line Width

Width of a single wall line for all wall lines except the outermost one.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Maximum value (Warning):
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Step value:
Default value:0.40
7 Top/Bottom Line Width

Width of a single top/bottom line.

8 Infill Line Width

Width of a single infill line.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Maximum value (Warning):
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Step value:
Default value:0.40
9 Skirt/Brim Line Width

Width of a single skirt or brim line.

10 Support Line Width

Width of a single support structure line.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Maximum value (Warning):
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Step value:
Default value:0.40
11 Support Interface Line Width

Width of a single line of support roof or floor.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Step value:
Default value:0.40
12 Support Roof Line Width

Width of a single support roof line.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Default value:0.40
13 Support Floor Line Width

Width of a single support floor line.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Step value:
Default value:0.40
14 Prime Tower Line Width

Width of a single prime tower line.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Maximum value (Warning):
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Step value:
Default value:0.40
15 Initial Layer Line Width

Multiplier of the line width on the first layer. Increasing this could improve bed adhesion.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:0.001
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
Parameter Name Description
1 Wall Extruder

The extruder train used for printing the walls. This is used in multi-extrusion.

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Default value:-1
2 Outer Wall Extruder

The extruder train used for printing the outer wall. This is used in multi-extrusion.

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Default value:-1
3 Inner Wall Extruder

The extruder train used for printing the inner walls. This is used in multi-extrusion.

Type of parameter:
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Default value:-1
4 Wall Thickness

The thickness of the walls in the horizontal direction. This value divided by the wall line width defines the number of walls.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
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Maximum value (Warning):
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Default value:0.80
5 Wall Line Count

The number of walls. When calculated by the wall thickness, this value is rounded to a whole number.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Minimum value (Warning):1
Maximum value (Warning):10
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:2
6 Outer Wall Wipe Distance

Distance of a travel move inserted after the outer wall, to hide the Z seam better.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
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Default value:0.20
7 Top Surface Skin Extruder

The extruder train used for printing the top most skin. This is used in multi-extrusion.

Type of parameter:
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Default value:-1
8 Top Surface Skin Layers

The number of top most skin layers. Usually only one top most layer is sufficient to generate higher quality top surfaces.

9 Top/Bottom Extruder

The extruder train used for printing the top and bottom skin. This is used in multi-extrusion.

Type of parameter:
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Default value:-1
10 Top/Bottom Thickness

The thickness of the top/bottom layers in the print. This value divided by the layer height defines the number of top/bottom layers.

11 Top Thickness

The thickness of the top layers in the print. This value divided by the layer height defines the number of top layers.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
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Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.80
12 Top Layers

The number of top layers. When calculated by the top thickness, this value is rounded to a whole number.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Minimum value (Warning):2
Maximum value (Warning):100
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:8
13 Bottom Thickness

The thickness of the bottom layers in the print. This value divided by the layer height defines the number of bottom layers.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
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Step value:
Default value:0.60
14 Bottom Layers

The number of bottom layers. When calculated by the bottom thickness, this value is rounded to a whole number.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Minimum value (Warning):2
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:6
15 Initial Bottom Layers

The number of initial bottom layers, from the build-plate upwards. When calculated by the bottom thickness, this value is rounded to a whole number.

16 Top/Bottom Pattern

The pattern of the top/bottom layers.

17 Bottom Pattern Initial Layer

The pattern on the bottom of the print on the first layer.

Type of parameter:
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Default value:lines
18 Top/Bottom Line Directions

A list of integer line directions to use when the top/bottom layers use the lines or zig zag pattern. Elements from the list are used sequentially as the layers progress and when the end of the list is reached, it starts at the beginning again. The list items are separated by commas and the whole list is contained in square brackets. Default is an empty list which means use the traditional default angles (45 and 135 degrees).

19 Connect Top/Bottom Polygons

Connect top/bottom skin paths where they run next to each other. For the concentric pattern enabling this setting greatly reduces the travel time, but because the connections can happen midway over infill this feature can reduce the top surface quality.

20 Outer Wall Inset

Inset applied to the path of the outer wall. If the outer wall is smaller than the nozzle, and printed after the inner walls, use this offset to get the hole in the nozzle to overlap with the inner walls instead of the outside of the model.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.00
21 Optimize Wall Printing Order

Optimize the order in which walls are printed so as to reduce the number of retractions and the distance travelled. Most parts will benefit from this being enabled but some may actually take longer so please compare the print time estimates with and without optimization. First layer is not optimized when choosing brim as build plate adhesion type.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
22 Outer Before Inner Walls

Prints walls in order of outside to inside when enabled. This can help improve dimensional accuracy in X and Y when using a high viscosity plastic like ABS; however it can decrease outer surface print quality, especially on overhangs.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
23 Alternate Extra Wall

Prints an extra wall at every other layer. This way infill gets caught between these extra walls, resulting in stronger prints.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
24 Compensate Wall Overlaps

Compensate the flow for parts of a wall being printed where there is already a wall in place.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
25 Compensate Outer Wall Overlaps

Compensate the flow for parts of an outer wall being printed where there is already a wall in place.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
26 Compensate Inner Wall Overlaps

Compensate the flow for parts of an inner wall being printed where there is already a wall in place.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
27 Minimum Wall Flow

Minimum allowed percentage flow for a wall line. The wall overlap compensation reduces a wall's flow when it lies close to an existing wall. Walls whose flow is less than this value will be replaced with a travel move. When using this setting, you must enable the wall overlap compensation and print the outer wall before inner walls.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:100.00
Step value:
Default value:0.00
28 Prefer Retract

If enabled, retraction is used rather than combing for travel moves that replace walls whose flow is below the minimum flow threshold.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
29 Fill Gaps Between Walls

Fills the gaps between walls where no walls fit.

Type of parameter:
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Default value:everywhere
30 Filter Out Tiny Gaps

Filter out tiny gaps to reduce blobs on outside of model.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
31 Print Thin Walls

Print pieces of the model which are horizontally thinner than the nozzle size.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
32 Horizontal Expansion

Amount of offset applied to all polygons in each layer. Positive values can compensate for too big holes; negative values can compensate for too small holes.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):-1.00
Maximum value (Warning):1.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.00
33 Initial Layer Horizontal Expansion

Amount of offset applied to all polygons in the first layer. A negative value can compensate for squishing of the first layer known as «elephant's foot».

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):-1.00
Maximum value (Warning):1.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.00
34 Hole Horizontal Expansion

Amount of offset applied to all holes in each layer. Positive values increase the size of the holes, negative values reduce the size of the holes.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):-1.00
Maximum value (Warning):1.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.00
35 Z Seam Alignment

Starting point of each path in a layer. When paths in consecutive layers start at the same point a vertical seam may show on the print. When aligning these near a user specified location, the seam is easiest to remove. When placed randomly the inaccuracies at the paths' start will be less noticeable. When taking the shortest path the print will be quicker.

Type of parameter:
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Default value:sharpest_corner
36 Z Seam Position

The position near where to start printing each part in a layer.

Type of parameter:
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Default value:back
37 Z Seam X

The X coordinate of the position near where to start printing each part in a layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
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Default value:100.00
38 Z Seam Y

The Y coordinate of the position near where to start printing each part in a layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
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Default value:100.00
39 Seam Corner Preference

Control whether corners on the model outline influence the position of the seam. None means that corners have no influence on the seam position. Hide Seam makes the seam more likely to occur on an inside corner. Expose Seam makes the seam more likely to occur on an outside corner. Hide or Expose Seam makes the seam more likely to occur at an inside or outside corner. Smart Hiding allows both inside and outside corners, but chooses inside corners more frequently, if appropriate.

Type of parameter:
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Default value:z_seam_corner_inner
40 Z Seam Relative

When enabled, the z seam coordinates are relative to each part's centre. When disabled, the coordinates define an absolute position on the build plate.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
41 No Skin in Z Gaps

When the model has small vertical gaps of only a few layers, there should normally be skin around those layers in the narrow space. Enable this setting to not generate skin if the vertical gap is very small. This improves printing time and slicing time, but technically leaves infill exposed to the air.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
42 Extra Skin Wall Count

Replaces the outermost part of the top/bottom pattern with a number of concentric lines. Using one or two lines improves roofs that start on infill material.

43 Enable Ironing

Go over the top surface one additional time, but this time extruding very little material. This is meant to melt the plastic on top further, creating a smoother surface. The pressure in the nozzle chamber is kept high so that the creases in the surface are filled with material.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
44 Iron Only Highest Layer

Only perform ironing on the very last layer of the mesh. This saves time if the lower layers don't need a smooth surface finish.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
45 Ironing Pattern

The pattern to use for ironing top surfaces.

Type of parameter:
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Default value:zigzag
46 Ironing Line Spacing

The distance between the lines of ironing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.001
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Maximum value (Warning):
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Default value:0.10
47 Ironing Flow

The amount of material, relative to a normal skin line, to extrude during ironing. Keeping the nozzle filled helps filling some of the crevices of the top surface, but too much results in overextrusion and blips on the side of the surface.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:10.00
48 Ironing Inset

A distance to keep from the edges of the model. Ironing all the way to the edge of the mesh may result in a jagged edge on your print.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.35
49 Ironing Speed

The speed at which to pass over the top surface.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.001
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):100.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:20.00
50 Ironing Acceleration

The acceleration with which ironing is performed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s²
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):100.00
Maximum value (Warning):10000.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:3000.00
51 Ironing Jerk

The maximum instantaneous velocity change while performing ironing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:20.00
52 Skin Overlap Percentage

Adjust the amount of overlap between the walls and (the endpoints of) the skin-centerlines, as a percentage of the line widths of the skin lines and the innermost wall. A slight overlap allows the walls to connect firmly to the skin. Note that, given an equal skin and wall line-width, any percentage over 50% may already cause any skin to go past the wall, because at that point the position of the nozzle of the skin-extruder may already reach past the middle of the wall.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):-50.00
Maximum value (Warning):100.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:5.00
53 Skin Overlap

Adjust the amount of overlap between the walls and (the endpoints of) the skin-centerlines. A slight overlap allows the walls to connect firmly to the skin. Note that, given an equal skin and wall line-width, any value over half the width of the wall may already cause any skin to go past the wall, because at that point the position of the nozzle of the skin-extruder may already reach past the middle of the wall.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
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Default value:0.02
Parameter Name Description
1 Infill Extruder

The extruder train used for printing infill. This is used in multi-extrusion.

Type of parameter:
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Maximum value (Warning):
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Step value:
Default value:-1
2 Infill Density

Adjusts the density of infill of the print.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):100.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:10.00
3 Infill Line Distance

Distance between the printed infill lines. This setting is calculated by the infill density and the infill line width.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
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Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:2.00
4 Infill Pattern

The pattern of the infill material of the print. The line and zig zag infill swap direction on alternate layers, reducing material cost. The grid, triangle, tri-hexagon, cubic, octet, quarter cubic, cross and concentric patterns are fully printed every layer. Gyroid, cubic, quarter cubic and octet infill change with every layer to provide a more equal distribution of strength over each direction.

5 Connect Infill Lines

Connect the ends where the infill pattern meets the inner wall using a line which follows the shape of the inner wall. Enabling this setting can make the infill adhere to the walls better and reduce the effects of infill on the quality of vertical surfaces. Disabling this setting reduces the amount of material used.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
6 Connect Infill Polygons

Connect infill paths where they run next to each other. For infill patterns which consist of several closed polygons, enabling this setting greatly reduces the travel time.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
7 Infill Line Directions

A list of integer line directions to use. Elements from the list are used sequentially as the layers progress and when the end of the list is reached, it starts at the beginning again. The list items are separated by commas and the whole list is contained in square brackets. Default is an empty list which means use the traditional default angles (45 and 135 degrees for the lines and zig zag patterns and 45 degrees for all other patterns).

Type of parameter: String
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
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Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:[ ]
8 Infill X Offset

The infill pattern is moved this distance along the X axis.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
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Maximum value (Warning):
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Step value:
Default value:0.00
9 Infill Y Offset

The infill pattern is moved this distance along the Y axis.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
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Step value:
Default value:0.00
10 Randomize Infill Start

Randomize which infill line is printed first. This prevents one segment becoming the strongest, but it does so at the cost of an additional travel move.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
11 Infill Line Multiplier

Convert each infill line to this many lines. The extra lines do not cross over each other, but avoid each other. This makes the infill stiffer, but increases print time and material usage.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:1
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1
12 Extra Infill Wall Count

Add extra walls around the infill area. Such walls can make top/bottom skin lines sag down less which means you need less top/bottom skin layers for the same quality at the cost of some extra material. This feature can combine with the Connect Infill Polygons to connect all the infill into a single extrusion path without the need for travels or retractions if configured right.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0
13 Cubic Subdivision Shell

An addition to the radius from the center of each cube to check for the boundary of the model, as to decide whether this cube should be subdivided. Larger values lead to a thicker shell of small cubes near the boundary of the model.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
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Step value:
Default value:0.40
14 Infill Overlap Percentage

The amount of overlap between the infill and the walls as a percentage of the infill line width. A slight overlap allows the walls to connect firmly to the infill.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):-50.00
Maximum value (Warning):100.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:10.00
15 Infill Overlap

The amount of overlap between the infill and the walls. A slight overlap allows the walls to connect firmly to the infill.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
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Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.04
16 Infill Wipe Distance

Distance of a travel move inserted after every infill line, to make the infill stick to the walls better. This option is similar to infill overlap, but without extrusion and only on one end of the infill line.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.04
17 Infill Layer Thickness

The thickness per layer of infill material. This value should always be a multiple of the layer height and is otherwise rounded.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
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Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.10
18 Gradual Infill Steps

Number of times to reduce the infill density by half when getting further below top surfaces. Areas which are closer to top surfaces get a higher density, up to the Infill Density.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0
19 Gradual Infill Step Height

The height of infill of a given density before switching to half the density.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.0001
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.50
20 Infill Before Walls

Print the infill before printing the walls. Printing the walls first may lead to more accurate walls, but overhangs print worse. Printing the infill first leads to sturdier walls, but the infill pattern might sometimes show through the surface.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:true
21 Minimum Infill Area

Don't generate areas of infill smaller than this (use skin instead).

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm²
Minimum value:0.00
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Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.00
22 Infill Support

Print infill structures only where tops of the model should be supported. Enabling this reduces print time and material usage, but leads to ununiform object strength.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
23 Infill Overhang Angle

The minimum angle of internal overhangs for which infill is added. At a value of 0° objects are totally filled with infill, 90° will not provide any infill.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):2.00
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:90.00
Step value:
Default value:40.00
24 Skin Removal Width

The largest width of skin areas which are to be removed. Every skin area smaller than this value will disappear. This can help in limiting the amount of time and material spent on printing top/bottom skin at slanted surfaces in the model.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.00
25 Top Skin Removal Width

The largest width of top skin areas which are to be removed. Every skin area smaller than this value will disappear. This can help in limiting the amount of time and material spent on printing top skin at slanted surfaces in the model.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.00
26 Bottom Skin Removal Width

The largest width of bottom skin areas which are to be removed. Every skin area smaller than this value will disappear. This can help in limiting the amount of time and material spent on printing bottom skin at slanted surfaces in the model.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.00
27 Skin Expand Distance

The distance the skins are expanded into the infill. Higher values makes the skin attach better to the infill pattern and makes the walls on neighboring layers adhere better to the skin. Lower values save amount of material used.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.00
28 Top Skin Expand Distance

The distance the top skins are expanded into the infill. Higher values makes the skin attach better to the infill pattern and makes the walls on the layer above adhere better to the skin. Lower values save amount of material used.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.00
29 Bottom Skin Expand Distance

The distance the bottom skins are expanded into the infill. Higher values makes the skin attach better to the infill pattern and makes the skin adhere better to the walls on the layer below. Lower values save amount of material used.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:1.00
30 Maximum Skin Angle for Expansion

Top and/or bottom surfaces of your object with an angle larger than this setting, won't have their top/bottom skin expanded. This avoids expanding the narrow skin areas that are created when the model surface has a near vertical slope. An angle of 0° is horizontal, while an angle of 90° is vertical.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):2.00
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:90.00
Step value:
Default value:90.00
31 Minimum Skin Width for Expansion

Skin areas narrower than this are not expanded. This avoids expanding the narrow skin areas that are created when the model surface has a slope close to the vertical.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.00
32 Skin Edge Support Thickness

The thickness of the extra infill that supports skin edges.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.80
33 Skin Edge Support Layers

The number of infill layers that supports skin edges.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:4
Parameter Name Description
1 Build Volume Temperature

The temperature of the environment to print in. If this is 0, the build volume temperature will not be adjusted.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value (Warning):285.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.00
2 Printing Temperature

The temperature used for printing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value (Warning):285.00
Maximum value:365.00
Step value:
Default value:210.00
3 Printing Temperature Initial Layer

The temperature used for printing the first layer. Set at 0 to disable special handling of the initial layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value (Warning):285.00
Maximum value:365.00
Step value:
Default value:215.00
4 Initial Printing Temperature

The minimal temperature while heating up to the Printing Temperature at which printing can already start.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:365.00
Step value:
Default value:200.00
5 Final Printing Temperature

The temperature to which to already start cooling down just before the end of printing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:365.00
Step value:
Default value:195.00
6 Extrusion Cool Down Speed Modifier

The extra speed by which the nozzle cools while extruding. The same value is used to signify the heat up speed lost when heating up while extruding.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C/s
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):10.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.70
7 Build Plate Temperature

The temperature used for the heated build plate. If this is 0, the bed temperature will not be adjusted.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):130.00
Maximum value:200.00
Step value:
Default value:60.00
8 Build Plate Temperature Initial Layer

The temperature used for the heated build plate at the first layer.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):130.00
Maximum value:200.00
Step value:
Default value:60.00
9 Flow

Flow compensation: the amount of material extruded is multiplied by this value.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
10 Wall Flow

Flow compensation on wall lines.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
11 Outer Wall Flow

Flow compensation on the outermost wall line.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
12 Inner Wall(s) Flow

Flow compensation on wall lines for all wall lines except the outermost one.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
13 Top/Bottom Flow

Flow compensation on top/bottom lines.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
14 Top Surface Skin Flow

Flow compensation on lines of the areas at the top of the print.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
15 Infill Flow

Flow compensation on infill lines.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
16 Skirt/Brim Flow

Flow compensation on skirt or brim lines.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
17 Support Flow

Flow compensation on support structure lines.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
18 Support Interface Flow

Flow compensation on lines of support roof or floor.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
19 Support Roof Flow

Flow compensation on support roof lines.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
20 Support Floor Flow

Flow compensation on support floor lines.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
21 Prime Tower Flow

Flow compensation on prime tower lines.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:5.00
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
22 Initial Layer Flow

Flow compensation for the first layer: the amount of material extruded on the initial layer is multiplied by this value.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:0.0001
Minimum value (Warning):50.00
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:100.00
23 Standby Temperature

The temperature of the nozzle when another nozzle is currently used for printing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value (Warning):260.00
Maximum value:365.00
Step value:
Default value:150.00
Parameter Name Description
1 Break Retracted Position

How far to retract the filament in order to break it cleanly.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):-100.00
Maximum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:-50.00
2 No Load Move Factor

A factor indicating how much the filament gets compressed between the feeder and the nozzle chamber, used to determine how far to move the material for a filament switch.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.940860215
3 Default Printing Temperature

The default temperature used for printing. This should be the «base» temperature of a material. All other print temperatures should use offsets based on this value.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value (Warning):285.00
Maximum value:365.00
Step value:
Default value:210.00
4 Break Preparation Retracted Position

How far the filament can be stretched before it breaks, while heated.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:-16.00
5 Surface Energy

Surface energy.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:0
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:100
Step value:
Default value:100
6 Crystalline Material

Is this material the type that breaks off cleanly when heated (crystalline), or is it the type that produces long intertwined polymer chains (non-crystalline)?

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
7 Flush Purge Length

How much material to use to purge the previous material out of the nozzle (in length of filament) when switching to a different material.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:60.00
8 End of Filament Purge Speed

How fast to prime the material after replacing an empty spool with a fresh spool of the same material.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.50
9 End of Filament Purge Length

How much material to use to purge the previous material out of the nozzle (in length of filament) when replacing an empty spool with a fresh spool of the same material.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:20.00
10 Anti-ooze Retracted Position

How far the material needs to be retracted before it stops oozing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):0.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:-4.00
11 Maximum Park Duration

How long the material can be kept out of dry storage safely.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:300.00
12 Adhesion Tendency

Surface adhesion tendency.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:10
Step value:
Default value:10
13 Break Temperature

The temperature at which the filament is broken for a clean break.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):300.00
Maximum value:365.00
Step value:
Default value:50.00
14 Default Build Plate Temperature

The default temperature used for the heated build plate. This should be the «base» temperature of a build plate. All other print temperatures should use offsets based on this value.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):130.00
Maximum value:200.00
Step value:
Default value:60.00
15 Break Retraction Speed

The speed at which to retract the filament in order to break it cleanly.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:25.00
16 Flush Purge Speed

How fast to prime the material after switching to a different material.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:0.50
17 Anti-ooze Retraction Speed

How fast the material needs to be retracted during a filament switch to prevent oozing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:5.00
18 Shrinkage Ratio

Shrinkage ratio in percentage.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:%
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:100.00
Step value:
Default value:0.00
19 Break Preparation Retraction Speed

How fast the filament needs to be retracted just before breaking it off in a retraction.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:2.00
20 Break Preparation Temperature

The temperature used to purge material, should be roughly equal to the highest possible printing temperature.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:°C
Minimum value:-273.15
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):300.00
Maximum value:365.00
Step value:
Default value:50.00
Parameter Name Description
1 Print Speed

The speed at which printing happens.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:60.00
2 Infill Speed

The speed at which infill is printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:60.00
3 Wall Speed

The speed at which the walls are printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:30.00
4 Outer Wall Speed

The speed at which the outermost walls are printed. Printing the outer wall at a lower speed improves the final skin quality. However, having a large difference between the inner wall speed and the outer wall speed will affect quality in a negative way.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:30.00
5 Inner Wall Speed

The speed at which all inner walls are printed. Printing the inner wall faster than the outer wall will reduce printing time. It works well to set this in between the outer wall speed and the infill speed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:60.00
6 Top Surface Skin Speed

The speed at which top surface skin layers are printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:25.00
7 Top/Bottom Speed

The speed at which top/bottom layers are printed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:30.00
8 Support Speed

The speed at which the support structure is printed. Printing support at higher speeds can greatly reduce printing time. The surface quality of the support structure is not important since it is removed after printing.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:60.00
9 Support Infill Speed

The speed at which the infill of support is printed. Printing the infill at lower speeds improves stability.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:60.00
10 Support Interface Speed

The speed at which the roofs and floors of support are printed. Printing them at lower speeds can improve overhang quality.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:40.00
11 Support Roof Speed

The speed at which the roofs of support are printed. Printing them at lower speeds can improve overhang quality.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:40.00
12 Support Floor Speed

The speed at which the floor of support is printed. Printing it at lower speed can improve adhesion of support on top of your model.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:40.00
13 Prime Tower Speed

The speed at which the prime tower is printed. Printing the prime tower slower can make it more stable when the adhesion between the different filaments is suboptimal.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):150.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:60.00
14 Travel Speed

The speed at which travel moves are made.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):300.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:120.00
15 Initial Layer Speed

The speed for the initial layer. A lower value is advised to improve adhesion to the build plate.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):300.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:30.00
16 Initial Layer Print Speed

The speed of printing for the initial layer. A lower value is advised to improve adhesion to the build plate.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):300.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:30.00
17 Initial Layer Travel Speed

The speed of travel moves in the initial layer. A lower value is advised to prevent pulling previously printed parts away from the build plate. The value of this setting can automatically be calculated from the ratio between the Travel Speed and the Print Speed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):300.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:60.00
18 Skirt/Brim Speed

The speed at which the skirt and brim are printed. Normally this is done at the initial layer speed, but sometimes you might want to print the skirt or brim at a different speed.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.10
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):300.00
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:30.00
19 Z Hop Speed

The speed at which the vertical Z movement is made for Z Hops. This is typically lower than the print speed since the build plate or machine's gantry is harder to move.

Type of parameter: Double
Unit of measurement:mm/s
Minimum value:0.00
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:10.00
20 Number of Slower Layers

The first few layers are printed slower than the rest of the model, to get better adhesion to the build plate and improve the overall success rate of prints. The speed is gradually increased over these layers.

Type of parameter: Integer
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:0
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:
Step value:
Default value:2
21 Equalize Filament Flow

Print thinner than normal lines faster so that the amount of material extruded per second remains the same. Thin pieces in your model might require lines printed with smaller line width than provided in the settings. This setting controls the speed changes for such lines.

Type of parameter: Boolean
Unit of measurement:
Minimum value:false
Minimum value (Warning):
Maximum value (Warning):
Maximum value:true
Step value:
Default value:false
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