fythios
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I agree with all of this! Please consider implementing these! :)
innkeeper
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agreed, the tree supports / organic supports are a game changer .. the free slicers have it.
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bryan
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+2
jfkansas
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Trees with dense supports on top would be awesome.
blobabee
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Would love to see Octoprint API support added to the Connection Manager like Prusa Slicer does. Thank you!
S3D-Jason
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blobabee wrote: Tue May 09, 2023 9:44 pm Would love to see Octoprint API support added to the Connection Manager like Prusa Slicer does. Thank you!

Version 5.1 now includes full Klipper, OctoPrint, and Duet WiFi integrations. There's quite a few other popular requests in V5.1 as well. You can read about the changes here:
https://www.simplify3d.com/products/sim ... rsion-5-1/
RoboDLC
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S3D-Jason wrote: Thu May 11, 2023 11:39 am Version 5.1 now includes full Klipper, OctoPrint, and Duet WiFi integrations. There's quite a few other popular requests in V5.1 as well. You can read about the changes here:
https://www.simplify3d.com/products/sim ... rsion-5-1/
No topic hijacking!

TREE SUPPORTS!

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bryan
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Is there something preventing you guys from adding tree supports? Is it patented? Not enough people asking for it?
Menissalt
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One of the few reasons I go into cura or prusaslicer is when the advantage of tree supports outweigh what I lose by not using S3D

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