There are a lot of variables when 3D printing. Proper 3D slicer settings can mean the difference between a successful print, and a failed print. These slicer settings are stored in what’s called a Printer Profile. Think of it like a recipe car telling your slicer how best to “bake” or create the 3D print.
All these settings on slicing software can be intimidating, especially for beginner makers. Sometimes even advanced makers make mistakes and end up with failed prints. This post goes thru 8 slicer profile settings that will help you create better prints.