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AMebius-slicer(STL slice create path to gcode for 3D print)

version 0.0.3 (245 KB) by Wang Jack
A stl files slicer to generate gcode file for real printing

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Updated 24 Jul 2020

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AM slicer can generate gcode from STL file, you can define printer parameters, and some print settings
However, this is only a basic version, it is impossible to judge solid layer(judge by z-hight at present), and it is can't generate support, filling path plan algorithm is low efficiency.
The slicer has passed the actual printing test, and has built an adaptive algorithm based on the areas difference(not guarantee accurate).

Please use Cura to preview slice result before real print
https://ultimaker.com/software/ultimaker-cura
One of key process triangle_plane_intersection is copy from by Sunil Bhandari
https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/62113-slice_stl_create_path-triangles-slice_height

# Usage
Run main.m, modify filenam gfilename
# Require
Matlab R2017b

Cite As

Wang Jack (2021). AMebius-slicer(STL slice create path to gcode for 3D print) (https://github.com/wjk199511140034/AMebius-slicer/releases/tag/0.0.3), GitHub. Retrieved .

Comments and Ratings (5)

sandeep prusty

Hey there, i am trying to watch out the results for it but i cant run the code you have given

Rahul R

@Wang
Really help full. I used a python code (https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/blob/master/scripts/check_gcode_buffer.py) to estimate print time. Would be great if you can add support generation ( I am also working on it !).

Wang Jack

@Rahul R
Its possible, but considering that this slicer is only a tool for me to test some algorithms, I will add this feature in my free time..

wei wu

Rahul R

Can this predict the time taken to print the part, given all other details of the printer?

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2018b
Compatible with R2017b to R2020a
Platform Compatibility
Windows macOS Linux

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