Print Settings

The Print settings tab is where you will change settings such as layer height, number of perimeters, infill density, infill pattern and many more.

To find out more about changing layer height and perimeters, read here:

To change infill density, patterns and its properties, read the following articles below:

Details about support generation in PrusaSlicer can be found here:

Skirts and brims are additional bed adhesion/printing primer lines that are done only on the first layer just before the print starts. You can read more about it here:

Seams are the visible start and end point of each layer's toolpath. Find out more about manipulating them here:

Ironing is a feature that produces smooth top surfaces. Read more about it here:

Maximum volumetric speed is a niche setting that may limit your printer's overall speed. You can read more about it here:

Sequential printing is an uncommonly used feature, but may be useful in certain scenarios. Find out more here:

Elephant's foot is a phenomenon where the first layer is too squished, making the model a little fatter at the bottom as a result. Read about elephant's foot compensation feature in PrusaSlicer here:

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