Height range modifiers: How to use?
I'm a noobie to Prusa Slicer 2.0, though I have considerable experience with S3D, Cura, etc.. The idea of being able to break a print into regions and assign different characteristics to each (e.g., infill, speed, layer thickness, etc.) is appealing, and is what hight range modifiers are intended to accomplish. However, I can't figure out how to user this feature. Is there documentation available someplace I just haven't been ablke to find?
Many thanks for any help!
I'm a newbie with PS myself, but that feature seems simple enough to use. Maybe you should tell us more about what you are trying to do, and which steps you are taking?
That said, here's the simplest possible howto:
Right-clicking on the object in the browser on the right should give you a dropdown menu where you can choose to add a height range modifier. Then after doing so, you can adjust the start and stop height for that modifier (in the bottom of the objects browser), and clicking on the gear icon for the modifier (again in the objects browser) should produce a dropdown of settings you can add and then adjust. Pretty straightforward, I think.
One thing I've noticed:
There's a bug in the current release that prevents you from changing the layer height in the layer height modifier if you have your max layer height limit in the printer settings set to zero (which means auto, and should default to 75% of nozzle diameter). This will be fixed in the next version, but you can also make it work if you enter an actual value for max layer height (typically 0.3 mm for a 0.4 mm nozzle).
Thanks! with your nudge in the right-click direction, I was able to do what I wanted to do. The GUI is confusing because the Hight Range Modifier icon on the top tool bar leads to a new display that deals with smoothing, etc (need to figure that one out, too), not to things I needed. Again, thanks!