Now that we have looked at the Recommended feature, lets dive into the Customer Options.
In most cases the Recommended feature is fine, But if you are looking for some more control over the process, the Customer feature will be for you.
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right guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at the customer settings for the print setup, and this will be part one for print up software. But before that, let's have a quick intro first, so today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za. We make short and easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have the updates now if we head back into the programme here. So in the previous video we looked at the recommended settings on the our set up. So now in today's video, we're gonna be changing this to the customer. So if we click, simply click here under the print set up tab and we go to print settings and we click the dropdown menu will go to customer. Now you will notice we've got a lot more settings. We're not gonna cover everything. Some of it is a bit advanced. Most of them you can just leave a default, but some of them it's important to know in case you have to do custom things. So now, um, we've got some basic things like quality, which will be the layer height. We've got some shelf the walling. This is gonna be important, but we will. Um Let's have a quick look. So let's say we wanna fill in the bottom or the top or both. We can go over here. We've got, um, different options. So I'm just gonna go, Let's say bottom. Let's make this one, and then we just have that update. And now you can see we've got a solid bottom, which can be rather handy. I'm just gonna put this back to zero. You can do the same for the top of the top. It's a bit of a trick, but we'll cover that in the next video on how to actually go about that, Then under that, we can fill with the info, which is a full density. Now, if you can remember under the recommended settings, we had this in full, so it's pretty much the same thing. So a lot of these options we can find there, but in more depth or more in depth ones as well. So that will be the info. So we have that. We've got some material speed travel support, all of that. So most of us I've got here and extra now the one I want to point out, which is quite important, is the actual enable retraction. And under that you will see there's one called retraction extra prime amount. Now, what you will use this for is if I slice a preview and let's say you print your 3D model, but you're getting gaps between these layers. Then what you can do is you can simply increase that amount. Then it should start filling those layers so that you don't have sea, uh, gaps that you can see right through. So that's what you're gonna be using that for. So let me just cover again. So basically, you want to go to enable retraction, and then you wanna go to retraction extra primer amount and you can just up this value. Yeah, otherwise that is it on part one. I don't want to make these videos too long, So let's jump over and then we can come back to look at the other important setting. But like I say by default, most of these just keep it as is, will be, um, you know, this is really only if you wanna do some very custom things, and it'll only be to normally a few of these amount, most of it you will leave at the but yeah, otherwise, in the meanwhile, if we head you to softwaretraining.co.za. You guys will notice us. We've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover. And you can also isolate your search on the top or right. If you do not, however, find the training videos you're looking for, just simply go. Yeah, request the training video, fill in the mini form and then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.