cc4469 wrote:Dear Uppers,
I'm quite new to 3D printing. My first 3D printer is an Up mini, and I was pretty satisfied with the results of objects "printed out of the box" with stock filament.
Now I got a different filament (eSun ABS), and got involved in the problem of Up using different temperatures for the stock filament compared to competitors filament.
After all, I found the Software Temp Mod very helpful! Adjusting temperatures was easy, but there are still some open questions:
How can I adjust the layer thickness? Which is the right sequence of actions?
Do I have to open the stl-file in Up! first, and click "Sent GCode"? Or do I have to open the stl-file in Up!, click "Print" in Up!, and afterwards the "Send GCode" in FixUp3D? I didn't find an answer to this question, using the Search in Up3D-Community, nor in the documentation on GitHub. Any help would be appreciated!
Greetings from Germany,
Well, when you install the mod a new windows will open - inside there you have 4 Sets - those 4 sets correspond to the 4 default sets you have when choosing "Print" inside UP. So, if you change Set 1 you will actually alter the 0.2mm profile, if you change Set 4 you will alter the 0.35 layer profile.
So, to print using an alternative layer thickness you just change the value inside the FixUP3D window (Layer Thickness) and then click print (inside UP) and choose the corresponding layer thickness profile.
In this thread there are some settings listed, you will need to change a few other values aswell if you change the layer thickness.