by 3Drasle » Sat Mar 22, 2014 9:19 am
well its not really a software issue. its just settings that are tuned to your filament. kisslicer may just have had default settings that more more in tune with the material you happened to be printing. it would be impossible for the software to automatically take care of that since every roll of plastic is different. the zits can be caused by moisture in the filament. in which case those numbers would need to be upped a little or lowered for filament that is maybe a little drier. you will fine tune those settings with every roll.
Actually KISSlicer do handle start/end points different and in my opinion better.
KISSlicer move the start and endpoint inside the model, moving the seam into the model + you can have one seam where you want in stead of lots of start/end points
spread all over the model.
Well it could just be some other setting being reset when I installed the new version.TenKOhms wrote:interesting i havent noticed that yet!