Flasprint Slicer expert mode for more functionality

There are many slicer pro­grams on the mar­ket that use the .stl-for­mat 3‑dimensional objects. slicer trans­form the stl-file into a G‑Code which is required by 3D print­ers. There are many soft­ware solu­tions on the mar­ket, both free and paid options. The advan­tages of the lat­ter are the many fea­tures and sim­ple design solu­tions. How­ev­er, do not under­es­ti­mate free slicer pro­grams as they often deliv­er more func­tions than you first see/realize.

We will show you how to turn on the expert mode in the Flash­print Slicer and get some pro­fes­sion­al fea­tures in a free soft­ware. The Flash­print pro­gram is a closed soft­ware for spe­cial print­ers, in this case Flash­forge 3D print­ers.

Enable expert mode in Flashprint Slicer and apply

In this Flash­print Slicer Video below, you find the basic fea­tures of the soft­ware pro­gram.

Anoth­er of our blog posts from My3D.Guru shows how to find the more pro­fes­sion­al func­tion view­ing sep­a­rate lay­ers with­in the slicer. But this blog post is about trans­form­ing the rel­a­tive­ly sim­ple and beau­ti­ful­ly designed Flash­print Slicer away from the entry-lev­el pro­gram to more pro­fes­sion­al soft­ware. You can do this via the expert mode, which can be found hid­den in the set­tings.

This func­tion is set by default to basic and must be switched to expert mode so that detailed and extend­ed print func­tions or set­tings are dis­played lat­er before print­ing.

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As soon as you click on “Print”, you always get the selec­tion, no mat­ter which mode you are in. The advan­tage of the Expert mode is that it offers the pos­si­bil­i­ty to adjust e.g. print speed, fill con­tent (infill) or lay­er thick­ness in an extreme­ly detailed man­ner.

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The expert mode in the Flash­print Slicer can be eas­i­ly set via the set­tings. How­ev­er, we rec­om­mend only using it if you already have a lot of expe­ri­ence with 3D print­ing and are work­ing with your own 3D print­er.

Feel free to ask ques­tions and com­ment in the com­ment sec­tion below or via our con­tact form. Good luck on your way to becom­ing an expert, we hope to learn from you one day.

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