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Multi-material slicing

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  • Wipe tower

    Wipe tower

    Smart wipe tower The smart wipe tower ensures sharp color transitions and stable filament flow after a color change while aiming to waste as little filament as possible. There is always ...

  • ColorPrint with the mmu

    ColorPrint with the mmu

    PrusaSlicer supports the following scenarios: Single material printer (or MMU2 in Single extruder mode). In this case, color-changes (manual filament swaps) can be added, but not extruder-changes. Multi-material printer with the same extruder ...

  • Purging volumes

    Purging volumes

    During a filament change, a small amount of melted plastic remains in the nozzle. As the new filament is loaded, it’s melted as well and starts pushing the nozzle content ...

  • Importing Multi Material model

    Importing Multi Material model

    Importing multiple STL files as a single multi-material model First of all, switch the printer preset to a Multi Material printer (such as the MMU2S), otherwise, the following steps won't work. Then you ...

  • Multi material painting

    Preparing models for multi-material FDM prints used to be a fairly complicated and time-consuming process. Starting with PrusaSlicer 2.4, coloring an object for multi-material printing requires just a handful of ...

  • Assigning colors (extruders)

    Assigning colors (extruders)

    If your model imported correctly (Importing MMU model) you'll see each part in the object list on the right side. If you don't see the object list, switch to the ...

  • Patterns - set extruder sequence

    Patterns - set extruder sequence

    PrusaSlicer lets you define a repeating pattern of color changes. You can access this feature by clicking the gear icon in the bottom right corner of the preview screen. The color ...

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