Kisslicer Manual

Kisslicer Manual

Postby Davide Ardizzoia » 05 Jan 2015, 17:28

My new version of KISSlicer manual is now available for download (including calibration procedures).

MANUAL (V.040115)

Please let me know your feedback !

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Re: Kisslicer Manual

Postby ta1dr » 06 Jan 2015, 17:16

many thanks...
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Re: Kisslicer Manual

Postby Festus440 » 07 Jan 2015, 07:31

Wow!
What a great resource.
You've obviously put a lot of work into this and it looks great.
Thank you so much!
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Re: Kisslicer Manual

Postby Miguel_FL » 07 Jan 2015, 07:39

Great job, thanks to spend your time to help us!!!
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Re: Kisslicer Manual

Postby funBart » 31 Jan 2015, 13:22

Consider to sent Davide a small payment (suggestion $5 or 10$) if you like his work at the manual. As he's a regular user and spent a lot of time making this! You can do this by PayPal: ardizzoiadavide@gmail.com

He will be motivated to continue working on this great manual, so give him a beer or two!

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Re: Kisslicer Manual

Postby Davide Ardizzoia » 01 Feb 2015, 10:53

New english manual release (with new beta features and new multiextruder calibration).
Download link in my signature (see below)

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Re: Kisslicer Manual

Postby Davide Ardizzoia » 08 Feb 2015, 03:43

Manual upgraded (small typos and new beta features added)

Link on my signature.

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Re: Kisslicer Manual

Postby PenskeGuy » 06 Apr 2015, 20:50

You may want to consider refining the section on Oversample Resolution.
The second sentence:
On large models you may want to increase the resolution to conserve memory.
Is using the term "resolution" in an ambiguous manner. Increasing the actual "resolution" increases memory use. As such, it appears to conflict with concepts that follow.

The sentence would be better written as:
On large models you may want to increase this value to conserve memory.
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Re: Kisslicer Manual

Postby Davide Ardizzoia » 07 Apr 2015, 02:45

Thank you, PenskeGuy, for helping me to improve documentation readability !

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Re: Kisslicer Manual

Postby PenskeGuy » 07 Apr 2015, 18:29

Davide Ardizzoia wrote:Thank you, PenskeGuy, for helping me to improve documentation readability !

Writing manuals is difficult. Trust me, I know. One must know everything and at the same time "forget" it all while composing. Being able to then critically analyze the copy for potential ambiguities that would lead readers astray—reading from a mindset you know nothing about, and be ruthless about it, is another layer of effort entirely.
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