I currently run SuperSlicer as my main slicer, it performs well. I also purchased the upgrade for simplify, which in the 4.0 version ran well, I just wasn't using it much as I got a few more printers and it was a chore. New features look excellent for what I am doing, and so I am trying to return.
While setting up and tuning printers in Simplify, I feel like I am missing something in my brain. I'd search but I have no idea what I'm searching for, so I'll ask.
What is the proper way to use Simplify with multiple printrers, and the possibility of multiple nozzles per printer?
In Superslicer, I make a physical printer, connected to a printer profile, which can have multiple seepds and filaments associated with it. I see I get _most_ of this in Simplify, but as I said, I'm lacking something. In a superslicer in a print profile, I can adjust layerheight, speed, same printer, I just select that profile. If I make a change, I save as, test it and if need be keep or remove. I can't figure that out in Simplify. If I change speed, it persists _all?_ qualities for that profile? How do I deal with this? I print different speeds for different layer heights.
With 9 printers, it is going to be a fairly large drop down menu for profiles...
I also found when I am saving files, they all seem to go to the same directory, with the same name. Ideally, I'd like to at least save the file to a different directory per profile? Is that a thing?