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Please be aware that there is not slicer restriction for our designs, you just need to respect the general parameters described in our drawing, specifically those marked in red. In addition to this, we recommend that you read our F.A.Q. section.  There you can find specific settings that you may need to modify to ensure that all of the internal structure is shown correctly.

HOW TO READ THE DRAWING
HOW TO READ THE DRAWING

PARAMETER SELECTION THROUGH AN EXAMPLE:

-I want to know the parameter to be used on the item 3 (fus1)

-According to the top table the item 3 belongs to the printing category A or A-LW

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-Let say that we want to print the PLA version, by looking at the lower table we can see that PLA material is allowed only on Category A.

-Therefore these are the parameters to be used on the item 3

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FLAG NOTE INTERPRETATION THROUGH AN EXAMPLE

-Item 4 (Canopy1) is marked with the flag note 7

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-By looking at the note area we can see that the flag note 7 is telling us that we should apply 2 bottom layers to the item 4.

-The information provided by flag notes have priority in case of conflict. In this case, despite category A is telling us to use 0 bottom layers we should apply 2 bottom layers for the item 4

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General notes

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CURA SETTING USED
CURA SETTING

The use of Cura 4.6.1  (download .exe file) is recommended over newer versions, especially for Category A, because you will need to modify fewer parameters from the standard ones to print properly. Cura 5.3+ versions tend to add many unnecessary travels.

Here you can find the specific Cura 4.6 setting that we use to create our G-codes for Ender 3 printer.

Note1: Hidden parameters were not modified from default. 
Note2: 
Category C has not been shared, you can use any of the standard Cura profiles for this. Please note that this print category is used for the most common 3D printed parts and does not require any specific adjustments.

PRINTING CATEGORY
CATEGORY A
CATEGORY A-LW
A
A LW
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CATEGORY B2
CATEGORY B2-LW
B2
B2 LW
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CURA SETTING USED
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BAMBU STUDIO SETTING

Here you can find the 3MF files that can be used as "seed" to create your own preset of each printing category. Those parameters have been tested with all Bambu lab printers with similar results.

Note: Category C has not been shared, you can use any of the standard presets from bambu studio for it.  Keep in mind that this printing category is used for the most commosn  3D printed parts and doesn´t require any specific adjustments.

HOW TO CREATE YOUR OWN "USER PRESETS" BY USING THE PROVIDED 3MF FILES:

Open a 3MF project of any provided category in Bambu studio. 

2º Change to your printer and click on "transfer" (this step is not required in case you have P1P printer)

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3º Click on "save preset" . Define the name of the category and click OK

4º Follow the same process with the filament
  (Be aware that the filament setting are defined for regular PLA and Colorfabb LW-PLA only. But many other materials can be used,

 So make sure you that adjust these setting according to the manufacturer recommendation)

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