jmone
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Re: Support for MMU2

Sat Apr 20, 2019 12:03 am

Here is the print I did with S3D - a few faceplate for the Prusa. You can see the amount of wasted plastic and time. Also it does not show up well in the photo but there is a fair bit of black smudging where it was not completly purged out.
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Prusa MK3

jmone
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Re: Support for MMU2

Sun Apr 21, 2019 5:40 pm

Edit - Here is a better photo showing the above issue where the print head sits on top of the shield as it does unload/loads. You end up with big blobs that on the next pass the nozzle hits and you then get a layer shift. Any suggestions welcome, or is the MMU2S too new for S3D?
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Prusa MK3

siyavarma
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Re: Support for MMU2

Tue May 07, 2019 6:55 am

Thanks for your valuable reply :)

jmone
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Re: Support for MMU2

Wed May 15, 2019 1:40 am

I've been going back and forth with support with new GCode for the MMU2s and it is looking much much better, and far more reliable. A few more tweaks an it should be pretty good with the current version of S3D. :)

One set of features that are missing in the current version is the lack of any smart infill or purge block for filament change I don't expect to see such enhancement in the current version of S3D however. Maybe in the next version.
Prusa MK3

CmdrDelmonte
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Re: Support for MMU2

Mon Jun 17, 2019 7:33 am

I have an Mk3 i3s on its way with the MMU2.0s

Is there any official release on this driver/profile or do I have to contact support?

I want to keep using S3D as I also have an Any Cubic printer so would rather stick to one piece of software

Thanks

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