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Artillery Sidewinder X1 And Genius: Prusa Slicer Settings Bundle UPDATED

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NOTICE: The original I released a week ago has been found to be incompatible with the actual release of Prusa Slicer 2.2.0. I apologize for this, but a few things changed I was not aware of, namely differences now with how files are saved and retrieved in the configuration bundle process of importing and exporting. The benefit I guess is both machines are in one package now. Add the fact that I never thought to install on a completely fresh machine that had never had Prusa Slicer installed on it, since I have been working with it since the early MK2 days on my test machines.     Heres a pretty easy and straightforward configuration bundle to import into Prusa Slicer. These are well dialed in basic settings and a good starting point. Prusa Slicer is one of the easiest to adjust to your needs and filament/types. This is a "detail" settings...
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Artillery Genius Prusa Slicer Workspace Model and Bed Mat

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Want to add the Genius to your Prusa Slicer workspace? It's pretty easy. No video required.   Download the Artillery Genius Model from our resource area   HERE   Adding it to Prusa Slicer is easy- (screenshots below) There are both the model and optional buildplate grid files, just import them in the model and texture sections. Make sure you are in "Expert Mode" otherwise the selection wont be available. Some images are from the SX1 screens, the installation is the same, FYI.             Enjoy Folks...    
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Artillery Genius Simplify 3D Model

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Want to add the Artillery Genius to your Simplify 3D workspace? It's pretty easy. No video required.   Download the Artillery Genius Model from our resource area   HERE   In Simplfy 3D go to (in the menu) TOOLS > OPTIONS > MACHINE TAB and near the bottom of the window under "Printer Models" use the "Add" button and select the STL from where you previously saved it. You can also change its color (I prefer darker as shown in the image) at will.             Enjoy Folks...    
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Artillery X1 and Genius: Why Haven't I Done a Marlin 2.x.x Firmware yet? ABL Sensors?

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The simple explanation is as I understand it, there is no advantage to doing so right now. You have to look at exactly what Marlin 2 itself is all about, and how this applies to the current design of these (and other 8 bit boards in printers already on the market) In other words, its too early.   Will it help you get better prints? No .     Adding to this further, Marlin 2 is in its early stages of development. Someone out there may want to contribute to further refining the 8 bit compatibility but for the average user who wants to just use the printer and have access to the commonly asked for features, Marlin 2 could create headaches between bugs (see the 2.x.x release notes HERE ) and just updating weekly if your version-OCD gets the best of you. It's going to be a trainwreck for awhile and...
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Artillery Sidewinder Model for Prusa Slicer

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. Want to add the Sidewinder X1 to your Prusa Slicer workspace? It's pretty easy. No video required.   Download the Artillery Sidewinder X1 Model from our resource area   HERE   Adding it to Prusa Slicer is easy- (screenshots below) There are both the model and optional buildplate grid files, just import them in the model and texture sections. Make sure you are in "Expert Mode" otherwise the selection wont be available.               Enjoy Folks...      
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