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How to import profiles to Simplify3D 4.x (Windows & macOS)

How to import profiles to Simplify3D 4.x (Windows & macOS)

How to import profiles to Simplify3D 4.x (Windows & macOS)
Last updated 2 years ago
How to import profiles to Simplify3D 4.x (Windows & macOS)
 Difficulty
Moderate
 Steps
4
 Available languages
CSDEESFRITPL

Step 1 Getting the Simplify3D profiles

Getting the Simplify3D profiles
Getting the Simplify3D profiles
WARNING: Current profiles were tested on the Simplify3D (S3D) 4.1.2 and we can not guarantee those will work on the older versions.
The following guide will help you import and activate custom profiles tweaked by Josef Prusa for your Original Prusa printer.
This guide is valid both for Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS.
Important: latest profiles include settings for generic PLA, ASA, ABS, PETG as well as Prusament.
Supported printers:
Original Prusa i3 MK3S and MK3
Original Prusa i3 MK2.5S, MK2.5 and MK2S
Original Prusa MINI

Step 2 What is inside the package?

What is inside the package?
What is inside the package?
What is inside the package?
The package for S3D includes three config files, which will be imported in few clicks :)
Make sure the Simplify3D is installed and running. The Prusa printers, which are in the list aren't officially supported, we will import the correct ones in the next step.

Step 3 Importing the profiles

Importing the profiles
Importing the profiles
Importing the profiles
Importing the profiles
From the top menu select File -> Import FFF profile
Head to the folder with downloaded profiles and select the one according to your printer.
Wait for the S3D to confirm, the import was successful.

Step 4 Using the settings

Using the settings
Using the settings
Open the Processes dialogue and in "Select Profile:" select your Original Prusa printer.
We are ready! Slice your model and give it a try ;)

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