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NAME

       slic3r-prusa3d - manual Slice 3D models into G-Code for 3D-printing

SYNOPSIS

       slic3r-prusa3d [ OPTIONS ] [ file.stl ] [ file2.stl ] ...

DESCRIPTION

       Slic3r  Prusa3D  is a STL-to-GCODE translator for RepRap 3D printers written by Alessandro
       Ranellucci <aar@cpan.org> - http://slic3r.org/

OPTIONS

       Common options:

              --help Output this usage screen and exit

              --version
                     Output the version of Slic3r and exit

              --save <file>
                     Save configuration to the specified file

              --load <file>
                     Load configuration from the specified file. It can be used more than once to
                     load options from multiple files.

              -o, --output <file> File to output gcode to (by default, the file will be saved
                     into the same directory as the input file using the --output-filename-format
                     to generate the filename.) If a directory is specified for this option,  the
                     output  will  be  saved  under  that  directory,  and  the  filename will be
                     generated by --output-filename-format.

       Non-slicing actions (no G-code will be generated):

              --repair
                     Repair given STL files and save them as <name>_fixed.obj

              --cut <z>
                     Cut  given  input  files  at  given  Z  (relative)  and   export   them   as
                     <name>_upper.stl and <name>_lower.stl

              --split
                     Split the shells contained in given STL file into several STL files

              --info Output information about the supplied file(s) and exit

              -j, --threads <num> Number of threads to use (1+, default: 4)

       GUI options:

              --gui  Forces the GUI launch instead of command line slicing (if you supply a model
                     file, it will be loaded into the plater)

              --no-plater
                     Disable the plater tab

              --autosave <file>
                     Automatically export current configuration to the specified file

       Output options:

              --output-filename-format
                     Output file name format; all config options enclosed  in  brackets  will  be
                     replaced   by   their   values,   as   well   as  [input_filename_base]  and
                     [input_filename] (default: [input_filename_base].gcode)

              --post-process
                     Generated G-code will be processed with the supplied script; call this  more
                     than once to process through multiple scripts.

              --export-svg
                     Export a SVG file containing slices instead of G-code.

              -m, --merge
                     If  multiple  files  are supplied, they will be composed into a single print
                     rather than processed individually.

       Printer options:

              --nozzle-diameter
                     Diameter of nozzle in mm (default: 0.5)

              --print-center
                     Coordinates in mm of the point to center the print around (default: 100,100)

              --z-offset
                     Additional height in mm to add to vertical coordinates (+/-, default: 0)

              --gcode-flavor
                     The type of G-code to generate (reprap/teacup/repetier/makerware/sailfish/
                     mach3/machinekit/smoothie/no-extrusion, default: reprap)

              --use-relative-e-distances Enable this to get relative E values (default: no)

              --use-firmware-retraction
                     Enable firmware-controlled retraction using G10/G11 (default: no)

              --use-volumetric-e
                     Express E in cubic millimeters and prepend M200 (default: no)

              --set-and-wait-temperatures  Use  M190 instead of M140 for temperature changes past
                     the first (default: no)

              --gcode-comments
                     Make G-code verbose by adding comments (default: no)

       Filament options:

              --filament-diameter Diameter in mm of your raw filament (default: 3)

              --extrusion-multiplier
                     Change this to alter the amount of plastic extruded. There  should  be  very
                     little  need  to  change  this value, which is only useful to compensate for
                     filament packing (default: 1)

              --temperature
                     Extrusion temperature in degree Celsius, set 0 to disable (default: 200)

              --first-layer-temperature Extrusion temperature for  the  first  layer,  in  degree
              Celsius,
                     set 0 to disable (default: same as --temperature)

              --bed-temperature
                     Heated bed temperature in degree Celsius, set 0 to disable (default: 0)

              --first-layer-bed-temperature Heated bed temperature for the first layer, in degree
              Celsius,
                     set 0 to disable (default: same as --bed-temperature)

       Speed options:

              --travel-speed
                     Speed of non-print moves in mm/s (default: 130)

              --perimeter-speed
                     Speed of print moves for perimeters in mm/s (default: 60)

              --small-perimeter-speed
                     Speed of print moves for small perimeters in mm/s or % over perimeter  speed
                     (default: 15)

              --external-perimeter-speed
                     Speed  of print moves for the external perimeter in mm/s or % over perimeter
                     speed (default: 50%)

              --infill-speed
                     Speed of print moves in mm/s (default: 80)

              --solid-infill-speed Speed of print moves for solid surfaces  in  mm/s  or  %  over
              infill speed
                     (default: 20)

              --top-solid-infill-speed  Speed  of  print moves for top surfaces in mm/s or % over
              solid infill speed
                     (default: 15)

              --support-material-speed
                     Speed of support material print moves in mm/s (default: 60)

              --support-material-interface-speed
                     Speed of support material interface print moves in mm/s or  %  over  support
                     material speed (default: 100%)

              --bridge-speed
                     Speed of bridge print moves in mm/s (default: 60)

              --gap-fill-speed
                     Speed of gap fill print moves in mm/s (default: 20)

              --first-layer-speed  Speed  of print moves for bottom layer, expressed either as an
              absolute
                     value or as a percentage over normal speeds (default: 30)

       Acceleration options:

              --perimeter-acceleration
                     Overrides firmware's default acceleration for perimeters. (mm/s^2, set  zero
                     to disable; default: 0)

              --infill-acceleration
                     Overrides  firmware's  default acceleration for infill. (mm/s^2, set zero to
                     disable; default: 0)

              --bridge-acceleration
                     Overrides firmware's default acceleration for bridges. (mm/s^2, set zero  to
                     disable; default: 0)

              --first-layer-acceleration
                     Overrides firmware's default acceleration for first layer. (mm/s^2, set zero
                     to disable; default: 0)

              --default-acceleration
                     Acceleration will be reset to this value after the specific  settings  above
                     have been applied. (mm/s^2, set zero to disable; default: 0)

       Accuracy options:

              --layer-height
                     Layer height in mm (default: 0.3)

              --first-layer-height Layer height for first layer (mm or %, default: 0.35)

              --infill-every-layers
                     Infill every N layers (default: 1)

              --solid-infill-every-layers
                     Force a solid layer every N layers (default: 0)

       Print options:

              --perimeters
                     Number of perimeters/horizontal skins (range: 0+, default: 3)

              --top-solid-layers
                     Number of solid layers to do for top surfaces (range: 0+, default: 3)

              --bottom-solid-layers
                     Number of solid layers to do for bottom surfaces (range: 0+, default: 3)

              --solid-layers
                     Shortcut for setting the two options above at once

              --fill-density
                     Infill density (range: 0%-100%, default: 20%)

              --fill-angle
                     Infill angle in degrees (range: 0-90, default: 45)

              --fill-pattern
                     Pattern to use to fill non-solid layers (default: stars)

              --external-fill-pattern Pattern to use to fill solid layers (default: rectilinear)

              --start-gcode
                     Load  initial G-code from the supplied file. This will overwrite the default
                     command (home all axes [G28]).

              --end-gcode
                     Load final G-code from the supplied file. This will  overwrite  the  default
                     commands  (turn  off  temperature  [M104  S0],  home X axis [G28 X], disable
                     motors [M84]).

              --before-layer-gcode
                     Load before-layer-change G-code from the supplied file (default: nothing).

              --layer-gcode
                     Load layer-change G-code from the supplied file (default: nothing).

              --toolchange-gcode
                     Load tool-change G-code from the supplied file (default: nothing).

              --seam-position
                     Position of loop starting points (random/nearest/aligned, default: aligned).

              --external-perimeters-first Reverse perimeter order. (default: no)

              --spiral-vase
                     Experimental option to raise Z gradually when printing  single-walled  vases
                     (default: no)

              --only-retract-when-crossing-perimeters
                     Disable  retraction  when  travelling  between  infill paths inside the same
                     island.  (default: no)

              --solid-infill-below-area
                     Force solid infill when a region has a  smaller  area  than  this  threshold
                     (mm^2, default: 70)

              --infill-only-where-needed
                     Only infill under ceilings (default: no)

              --infill-first
                     Make infill before perimeters (default: no)

       Quality options (slower slicing):

              --extra-perimeters
                     Add more perimeters when needed (default: yes)

              --ensure-vertical-shell-thickness   Add  solid  infill  near  sloping  surfaces  to
                     guarantee the vertical shell thickness (top+bottom solid layers).  (default:
                     no)

              --avoid-crossing-perimeters Optimize travel moves so that no perimeters are crossed
                     (default: no)

              --thin-walls
                     Detect single-width walls (default: yes)

              --overhangs
                     Experimental option  to  use  bridge  flow,  speed  and  fan  for  overhangs
                     (default: yes)

       Support material options:

              --support-material
                     Generate support material for overhangs

              --support-material-threshold
                     Overhang  threshold  angle  (range:  0-90,  set  0  for automatic detection,
                     default: 0)

              --support-material-pattern
                     Pattern to use for support material (default: pillars)

              --support-material-with-sheath
                     Add a sheath (a single perimeter line) around the base support.  This  makes
                     the support more reliable, but also more difficult to remove. (default: yes)

              --support-material-spacing
                     Spacing between pattern lines (mm, default: 2.5)

              --support-material-angle
                     Support material angle in degrees (range: 0-90, default: 0)

              --support-material-contact-distance
                     Vertical distance between object and support material (0+, default: 0.2)

              --support-material-xy-spacing
                     XY  separation between an object and its support. If expressed as percentage
                     (for example 50%), it will  be  calculated  over  external  perimeter  width
                     (default: half of exteral perimeter width)

              --support-material-interface-layers
                     Number  of  perpendicular  layers  between  support material and object (0+,
                     default: 3)

              --support-material-interface-spacing
                     Spacing between interface pattern lines (mm, set 0 to  get  a  solid  layer,
                     default: 0)

              --raft-layers
                     Number of layers to raise the printed objects by (range: 0+, default: 0)

              --support-material-enforce-layers
                     Enforce  support  material  on  the  specified number of layers from bottom,
                     regardless of --support-material and threshold (0+, default: 0)

              --support-material-buildplate-only
                     Only create support if it lies on a build plate. Don't create support  on  a
                     print. (default: no)

              --dont-support-bridges
                     Experimental  option  for  preventing  support material from being generated
                     under bridged areas (default: yes)

       Retraction options:

              --retract-length
                     Length of retraction in mm when pausing extrusion (default: 2)

              --retract-speed
                     Speed for retraction in mm/s (default: 40)

              --deretract-speed
                     Speed for deretraction  (loading  of  filament  after  a  retract)  in  mm/s
                     (default: 40)

              --retract-restart-extra
                     Additional  amount  of  filament in mm to push after compensating retraction
                     (default: 0)

              --retract-before-travel
                     Only retract before travel moves of this length in mm (default: 2)

              --retract-lift
                     Lift Z by the given distance in mm when retracting (default: 0)

              --retract-lift-above Only lift Z when above the specified height (default: 0)

              --retract-lift-below Only lift Z when below the specified height (default: 0)

              --retract-layer-change
                     Enforce a retraction before each Z move (default: no)

              --wipe Wipe the nozzle while doing a retraction (default: no)

       Retraction options for multi-extruder setups:

              --retract-length-toolchange
                     Length of retraction in mm when disabling tool (default: 10)

              --retract-restart-extra-toolchange
                     Additional amount of filament in mm to push after switching  tool  (default:
                     0)

       Cooling options:

              --cooling
                     Enable fan and cooling control

              --min-fan-speed
                     Minimum fan speed (default: 35%)

              --max-fan-speed
                     Maximum fan speed (default: 100%)

              --bridge-fan-speed
                     Fan speed to use when bridging (default: 100%)

              --fan-below-layer-time  Enable  fan  if  layer print time is below this approximate
              number
                     of seconds (default: 60)

              --slowdown-below-layer-time Slow down if layer print time is below this approximate
              number
                     of seconds (default: 5)

              --min-print-speed
                     Minimum print speed (mm/s, default: 10)

              --disable-fan-first-layers Disable fan for the first N layers (default: 3)

              --fan-always-on
                     Keep fan always on at min fan speed, even for layers that don't need cooling

       Skirt options:

              --skirts
                     Number of skirts to draw (0+, default: 1)

              --skirt-distance
                     Distance in mm between innermost skirt and object (default: 6)

              --skirt-height
                     Height of skirts to draw (expressed in layers, 0+, default: 1)

              --min-skirt-length
                     Generate no less than the number of loops required to consume this length of
                     filament on the first layer, for each extruder (mm, 0+, default: 0)

              --brim-width
                     Width of the brim that will get added to each object to help  adhesion  (mm,
                     default: 0)

       Transform options:

              --scale
                     Factor for scaling input object (default: 1)

              --rotate
                     Rotation angle in degrees (0-360, default: 0)

              --duplicate
                     Number of items with auto-arrange (1+, default: 1)

              --duplicate-grid
                     Number of items with grid arrangement (default: 1,1)

              --duplicate-distance Distance in mm between copies (default: 6)

              --dont-arrange
                     Don't  arrange  the objects on the build plate. The model coordinates define
                     the absolute positions on the build plate.  The option  --print-center  will
                     be ignored.

              --clip_multipart_objects
                     When printing multi-material objects, this settings will make slic3r to clip
                     the overlapping object parts one by the other (2nd part will be  clipped  by
                     the 1st, 3rd part will be clipped by the 1st and 2nd etc). (default: 0);

              --elefant-foot-compensation
                     Shrink  the  first  layer  by the configured value to compensate for the 1st
                     layer squish aka an Elefant Foot effect (mm, default: 0)

              --xy-size-compensation
                     Grow/shrink objects by the configured absolute distance (mm, default: 0)

       Sequential printing options:

              --complete-objects
                     When printing multiple objects  and/or  copies,  complete  each  one  before
                     starting the next one; watch out for extruder collisions (default: no)

              --extruder-clearance-radius  Radius  in  mm above which extruder won't collide with
              anything
                     (default: 20)

              --extruder-clearance-height Maximum vertical extruder depth; i.e. vertical distance
              from
                     extruder tip and carriage bottom (default: 20)

       Miscellaneous options:

              --notes
                     Notes to be added as comments to the output file

              --resolution
                     Minimum detail resolution (mm, set zero for full resolution, default: 0)

       Flow options (advanced):

              --extrusion-width
                     Set  extrusion  width  manually;  it  accepts either an absolute value in mm
                     (like 0.65) or a percentage over layer height (like 200%)

              --first-layer-extrusion-width
                     Set a different extrusion width for first layer

              --perimeter-extrusion-width
                     Set a different extrusion width for perimeters

              --external-perimeter-extrusion-width
                     Set a different extrusion width for external perimeters

              --infill-extrusion-width
                     Set a different extrusion width for infill

              --solid-infill-extrusion-width
                     Set a different extrusion width for solid infill

              --top-infill-extrusion-width
                     Set a different extrusion width for top infill

              --support-material-extrusion-width
                     Set a different extrusion width for support material

              --infill-overlap
                     Overlap between infill and perimeters (default: 25%)

              --bridge-flow-ratio Multiplier for extrusion when bridging (> 0, default: 1)

       Multiple extruder options:

              --extruder-offset
                     Offset of each extruder, if firmware doesn't handle the displacement (can be
                     specified multiple times, default: 0x0)

              --perimeter-extruder
                     Extruder to use for perimeters and brim (1+, default: 1)

              --infill-extruder
                     Extruder to use for infill (1+, default: 1)

              --solid-infill-extruder
                     Extruder to use for solid infill (1+, default: 1)

              --support-material-extruder
                     Extruder  to  use  for  support  material,  raft and skirt (1+, 0 to use the
                     current extruder to minimize tool changes, default: 1)

              --support-material-interface-extruder
                     Extruder to use for support material interface (1+, 0  to  use  the  current
                     extruder to minimize tool changes, default: 1)

              --ooze-prevention
                     Drop  temperature  and  park  extruders  outside  a full skirt for automatic
                     wiping (default: no)

              --standby-temperature-delta
                     Temperature difference to be applied when an  extruder  is  not  active  and
                     --ooze-prevention is enabled (default: -5)