KISSlicer 1.6.2 has been released

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KISSlicer 1.6.2 has been released

Post by mhackney » 12 Oct 2017, 16:59

http://www.kisslicer.com/download.html

KISSlicer 1.6.2 Change Log
2017-10-12 - v1.6.2 Release
  • Added an object packer quality option to the [Misc] tab
2017-10-10
  • fixed the bug where trailing 0s were dropped for BfB (CubeX) firmware
2017-10-06
  • added the -info option to the CLI (dump info and exit)
  • Note: Windows users will need to use the following trick:
  • KISSlicer -info | find /v ""
  • because Win GUI apps don't get to write directly to the console

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Re: KISSlicer 1.6.2 has been released

Post by inventabuild » 14 Oct 2017, 13:10

Hello Jonathan,

Please take a look at the robustness of the solid infill / gap fill in Release 1.6 vs 1.6.1 and 1.6.2. Note the smaller gaps in the letters in 1.6 vs 1.6.1 and 1.6.2.

Release 1.6 had good solid / gap infill as shown here:
1.6_Release_Good_Infill-Gap-Fill.JPG
Release 1.6.1 poor solid infill / gap fill
1.6.1_Release_Poor_Infill-Gap-Fill.JPG
Release 1.6.2 poor solid infill / gap fill
1.6.2_Release_Poor_Infill-Gap-Fill.JPG
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Re: KISSlicer 1.6.2 has been released

Post by K.Miya » 30 Oct 2017, 03:41

Hello Jonathan,

It is a question about the setting items added in Ver.1.6.

Is the material profile "Shrink% xy" and "% z" a reminder?
This setting item seems to have no effect on g-code.

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Re: KISSlicer 1.6.2 has been released

Post by mhackney » 30 Oct 2017, 08:08

I believe this is a feature that is not shown in the preview, however, the adjustment is made to the g-code when you Save the file. The values you put in to XY and Z are percentages representing part shrinkgage so they will make your g-code larger. If you save the code with and without shrinkage (use a large value like 25% so it's easier to see) you will see the difference in the part either by looking at the g-code or by opening it gcode.ws

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Re: KISSlicer 1.6.2 has been released

Post by K.Miya » 30 Oct 2017, 21:26

Hello mhackney,
It is exactly what I wanted to know.
Thank you very much.
mhackney wrote:I believe this is a feature that is not shown in the preview, however, the adjustment is made to the g-code when you Save the file. The values you put in to XY and Z are percentages representing part shrinkgage so they will make your g-code larger. If you save the code with and without shrinkage (use a large value like 25% so it's easier to see) you will see the difference in the part either by looking at the g-code or by opening it gcode.ws

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