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  1. In our case the helmet. (Note: Do not double click that would select whole part)
    • In our case the helmet. (Note: Do not double click that would select whole part)

    • Software used in this tutorial is Autodesk Meshmixer, you can download it here: http://www.meshmixer.com

  2. Y as keyboard shortcut.
    • Y as keyboard shortcut.

    • You have now separated the shells, light grey is selected active body(ies), dark grey is unselected body.

  3. Pink lines means object is non-manifold and needs to be closed.
    • Pink lines means object is non-manifold and needs to be closed.

  4. Meshmixer will try to close the object.
    • Meshmixer will try to close the object.

    • You can try other types of hole fill mode other than Flat Fill, depending on result.

  5. Use the same type or repair for both shells. Use the same type or repair for both shells.
    • Use the same type or repair for both shells.

  6. Use binary STL format
    • Use binary STL format

  7. Continue by opening this model in Slic3r Prusa Edition. Please follow this guide Gcode preparation for Multi Material v2.0.
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Josef Prusa

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2 Comments

The meshmixer effort seems to work as details, but bringing it into Slic3r yields the following:

Can't call method "objects_count" on an undefined value at /Applications/Slic3r.app/Contents/lib/site_perl/5.22.0/Slic3r/Model.pm line 18.

Am I missing something, or is there a bug in Slic3r?

Best,

Steve

stephen newell - Reply

@snewell Can you please send the STL file to info@prusa3d.com and mention me? I need to see the file to debug it. Thanks

Jakub Dolezal -

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