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KISSlicer Tutorial: Getting Started with the Wizards

By Michael Hackney Friday, September 8, 2017
Here's a detailed tutorial on how to get started with KISSlicer 1.6 using the new profile Wizards to create a printer, material, style and support profile. I then slice one of my fly fishing reel parts and print it to show how good the Wizards really are!
Note, this will be the last public tutorial until I reach 50 supporters on my Patreon account (https://www.patreon.com/mhackney). I will be using the proceeds to upgrade my recording studio with a new camera, microphone and lighting so I can step up the production quality. So here's you chance to get some great tutorials before everyone else AND help me make even better content!

8 comments to ''KISSlicer Tutorial: Getting Started with the Wizards"

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  1. Looks like this isn't public this time.

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  2. This one is but it will be the last one until I reach 50 patrons. To view it go to the posts section of my Patreon site - link above - or my YouTube channel.

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  3. Thanks Mike I didnt know I would have to access via the Patreon site.

    Thanks
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  4. I really want to ramp up my production quality and develop great content. That takes money and a lot of time. This is an experiment in progress but I've been told for years that I should take donations to support my work, so now I am and I'm using the proceeds to purchase the cameras, microphones, lighting, software, etc to allow me to do that.

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  5. seems the post is back to patreons only

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  6. Sorry about that Mark, I'm not sure how/why that happened as I did not change it. I've reverted it back to public. Meanwhile, ALL my video content is public on YouTube and this tutorial video is hosted on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTgVYpLUKFY with no annoying advertising.

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  7. Hi Michael

    I have to say that you almost convinced me to change my slicer. I have already read you on the SeemeCNC forum and I know you thought about Simplify3D, but for me it was difficult to get started with Kiss so I had the impression that the software was complicated to set. I still have a lot of questions and some problem with my print test, but already BIG THANKS YOU Michael for this tuto and I hope that you will have the opportunity to go through the different parameters.

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  8. Thanks Romain, I am planning to go through everything in KISS. The list is up to 26 now and still growing. I've completed 5 and have 3 in the works.

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