WIP: Cura Printer Definition/Profile for the Mini
 

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Sebastian
(@sbstnzmr)
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I would be interested in an updated profile too. The old ones don't seem to work. I had the problem with my other printers profile too.

I like PrusaSlicer a lot but sometimes I just need Curas adaptive layers and tree supports.

Posted : 06/06/2020 5:17 pm
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robee
(@robee)
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Posted by: @sbstnzmr

I would be interested in an updated profile too. The old ones don't seem to work. I had the problem with my other printers profile too.

I like PrusaSlicer a lot but sometimes I just need Curas adaptive layers and tree supports.

PrusaSlicer has adaptive layers already, but yes, the different support options would be really nice from Cura!

Posted : 07/06/2020 8:43 pm
Sebastian
(@sbstnzmr)
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Posted by: @robee
Posted by: @sbstnzmr

I would be interested in an updated profile too. The old ones don't seem to work. I had the problem with my other printers profile too.

I like PrusaSlicer a lot but sometimes I just need Curas adaptive layers and tree supports.

PrusaSlicer has adaptive layers already, but yes, the different support options would be really nice from Cura!

Didn't know about that. But it's just a manual process and not what I meant. I don't want this to be click and drag which is very inaccurate and prone to errors but an automated process which deviates from my set height to increase details only where necessary.

Posted : 08/06/2020 9:20 am
bobstro
(@bobstro)
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Posted by: @sbstnzmr

Didn't know about that. But it's just a manual process and not what I meant. I don't want this to be click and drag which is very inaccurate and prone to errors but an automated process which deviates from my set height to increase details only where necessary.

With the recent PrusaSlicer update, the variable layer height process is fully automated. There are sliders for quality (range of deviation) and both coarse and smooth options. It's easy to tweak settings and view the results on the fly. You can make fine adjustments with the mouse. 

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Posted : 08/06/2020 1:36 pm
Matt
(@sonic)
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Came here for the same reasons, looking to see if there is an available Prusa Mini profile for the latest version of Cura.   I have a small switch body I printed on my Ender 3, using PLA-CF, and Cura (a fairly old version) - and it simply prints better than my Mini - I assume it's not a function of the printer, but the slicer - so I'd like to try to slice the STL in Cura and see if that makes a difference..... 

Posted : 02/07/2020 4:11 am
yck011522
(@yck011522)
Active Member

Pinging to see if anyone has a stable Cura profile for mini.

Posted : 16/07/2020 2:40 pm
marek.w6
(@marek-w6)
Active Member

Maybe it link will be helpful ...

https://help.prusa3d.com/pl/guide/how-to-import-profiles-to-cura-4-x-windows-macos_17850

Contains files for Mini (spoiler alert).

Posted : 31/07/2020 4:07 pm
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robee
(@robee)
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Oooh it does for 4.0.0! Thank you @marek-w6!

Posted : 31/07/2020 11:44 pm
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