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Mercury
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Hi, I can't find parameters in prusaslicer to eliminate the seam. Any advice, thanks

 

Posted : 26/06/2019 10:48 am
Peter M
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Set program on expert settings,

Go to  printer in the top of screen,

then layers and perimeters,

then on bottom of page seam.

Posted : 26/06/2019 11:41 am
Mercury
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I can only move the seams posizion. Nozzle at the end of the layer re-enters, I believe so as not to make an accumulation of material on the surface. I wish the nozzle didn't re enters inside the layer.

This post was modified 2 years ago by Mercury
Posted : 26/06/2019 1:39 pm
bobstro
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Posted by: maurizio.m6

I can only move the seams posizion. Nozzle at the end of the layer re-enters, I believe so as not to make an accumulation of material on the surface. I wish the nozzle didn't re enters inside the layer.

If you want to experiment, spend some time with KISSlicer. It offers an amazing array of z-seam hiding features. Unfortunately, it's very quirky to use and isn't under fast development. With PrusaSlicer, you can move the seam around but that's about it. You can calibrate your extrusion multiplier and Linear Advance settings to minimize the seam, but it will still be somewhere on each layer.

This post was modified 2 years ago by bobstro
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Posted : 26/06/2019 2:02 pm
Sink
 Sink
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S3D alows you to "use random start points for all perimeters" which does a good job of getting rid of seams, but it is not free.. 

 

Design on Fusion, print on Prusa...
Posted : 30/06/2019 12:37 pm
bobstro
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Posted by: gary.s4

S3D alows you to "use random start points for all perimeters" which does a good job of getting rid of seams, but it is not free.. 

All modern slicers do. The downside to random is that you often end up with zits all around the print.

 

My notes and disclaimers on 3D printing and miscellaneous other tech projects
He is intelligent, but not experienced. His pattern indicates two dimensional thinking. -- Spock in Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan...
Posted : 30/06/2019 3:25 pm
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Random seams ...

It is always wise to get more than one opinion... as for trusting Prusa? No way man....
Posted : 30/06/2019 8:15 pm
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