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pjr
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Re: PrusaPP

Post by pjr » 27 Oct 2017, 01:55

qwalker wrote:Are there any differences between your post processor and the PRO version? I just started using KISSlicer and I want to continue after I upgrade
Hi Quentin

The KISS PRO license allows you to slice with multiple extruders (and use many more features within KISS). The Post Processor is a free program which (simplistically) will take the output from KISS and add a purge tower.

The post processor will do nothing unless you have the KISS PRO license and have sliced the model with multiple extruders.

Peter
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Re: PrusaPP

Post by pjr » 06 Nov 2017, 13:15

Latest post-processor version is now on-line:

V1.5 Beta 4

FIX: Amended tower perimeters to bond better and increase the used preload value.
FIX: Reduce unload/load distance by 5mm to better match the latest PR firmware filament loading.

Peter
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Re: PrusaPP

Post by BeNe » 13 Nov 2017, 15:34

The new Version works just fine 8-)
Thank you, Peter.

Is there a way to add support for print one after one (sequential) with your PostProcessor ?
seq-1.JPG
It doesn´t create the waste tower correct.
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Re: PrusaPP

Post by pjr » 13 Nov 2017, 16:01

BeNe wrote:Is there a way to add support for print one after one (sequential) with your PostProcessor ?
No, sorry, doesn't support sequential model printing. Never been a fan of that method... Tried it once and nearly broke the printer (bent the heat break).

Peter
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