KISSlicer 1.6 Tutorial Videos and Blog

Re: KISSlicer 1.6 Tutorial Videos and Blog

Postby mhackney » 01 Nov 2017, 19:40

Thanks for the feedback! Like all things, they are getting easier with practice and I'm getting great suggestions from my followers and the community that I'm incorporating into new videos.

cheers,
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Re: KISSlicer 1.6 Tutorial Videos and Blog

Postby Cthutq » 23 Nov 2018, 02:41

Maybe someday we will see new videos on customization. I wish that all your problems will be quickly resolved and you will have time to finish the job.
YouTube: Part 2 - Flow Rate Tuning
YouTube: Part 3 - Preload Tuning
YouTube: Part 4 - Destring Tuning
YouTube: Part 5 - Advanced Topic: <TUNINGVAL>
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Re: KISSlicer 1.6 Tutorial Videos and Blog Index

Postby Cthutq » 04 Feb 2019, 08:29

mhackney wrote:Getting Started Sequence
  1. Blog: KISSlicer: 2 minutes and 45 seconds from launch to print for any new user
  2. YouTube: KISSlicer Tutorial: Getting Started with the WIzards
  3. YouTube: KISSlicer Tutorial: All About Speeds
  4. YouTube: KISSlicer Tutorial: Getting Loopy - All About Perimeters and Loops
  5. YouTube: KISSlicer Tutorial: Settings, Profiles and Projects - Oh My!
  6. Blog post: KISSlicer 1.6: Fractional Loops - Lunacy or Brilliance?
  7. Blog & YouTube: KISSlicer 1.6: "My crown is called content, a crown that seldom kings enjoy."
  8. Tuning Wizard Mini-series
    1. YouTube: Part 1 - Getting Started and Temperature Tuning
    2. YouTube: Extruder E-step Calibration
    3. YouTube: Part 2 - Flow Rate Tuning
    4. YouTube: Part 3 - Preload Tuning
    5. YouTube: Part 4 - Destring Tuning
    6. YouTube: Part 5 - Advanced Topic: <TUNINGVAL>
  9. Blog post: Musings on Blobbing and Stringing - Part 1
  10. Blog post: Musings on Blobbing and Stringing - Part 2

PRO or Advanced Techniques

Slicer Master Class Series
  1. Episode 1 - Manipulating Extrusion Width


All Blog Posts and Videos
SublimeLayers Blog

KISSlicer Tutorial Videos

KISSlicer 1.6 Mini-series on using the Tuning Wizards
Before calibrating flow rate, Preload and destring, your extruder needs to be well calibrated. Calibrating an extruder is a bit of a chore so I developed a 3D printable fixture to hold a common digital caliper. I show how to use this to easily calibrate your extruder's E-steps. Here's the video: [url=Here's a tutorial on calibrating your extruder. I needed to complete this before publishing the KISSlicer Calibration Wizards to calibrate flow rate, Preload, and destring. All of these require a well calibrated extruder.

My technique uses a simple (and inexpensive) digital caliper and a 3D printed tool that I developed to simplify and improve the calibration process. The printable files are linked in the video's description. Here is the video: Extruder E-step Calibration

There is a lack of continuation of lessons. Are you planning to continue?
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