OrcaSlicer Using on KINGROON KP3S Pro V2 and KLP1 3D Printers

OrcaSlicer is one of the most popular slicer for 3D printing after Ultimaker Cura, Simplify3D, and PrusaSlicer. And it helps to release the power of your KP3S Pro V2 and KLP1, our engineers have got way much better printing results with it.

If you are using the screen version of KP3S Pro V2, KLP1 3D printers, or you have upgraded the screen less version with the latest hotend kit, OrcaSlicer is a powerful tool you won’t want to miss.

Prepare:

If you haven’t got the OrcaSlicer, you can download it from here:

OrcaSlicer Download: https://github.com/SoftFever/OrcaSlicer/releases/ 

After installing the software, you can download the profiles as below:

KLP1 OrcaSlicer Profile :

https://1drv.ms/f/s!AmGcVrncIH3Zk2otPcnHZrOZPGA5?e=eH3KUu

KP3S Pro V2 Orca Slicer Profile:

https://1drv.ms/f/s!AmGcVrncIH3Zk2lBqc72A8oVQf-U?e=ZEUpYw

It will be updated soon and we will keep updating it.

Import:

Once you finished the OrcaSlicer installing, skip the setup wizard, click file/import/import configs.

P1 Import the Profiles

Then choose the profiles you just downloaded.

P2 Add presets in

Select the profiles in “Printer”, “Filament” and “Process” field to activate the presets.

P3 Choose the imported settings

After that, you are all set, just put the files in and slice it directly.

 

Slicing:

P4 Slice files and export

So the left fields are for printing settings, you can switch from “Quality” to “Others” to define your settings on different features and functions.

The marked icons on the top middle are for processing the 3D models. If you switch from the Ultimaker Cura, this filed is alike the left side filed.

If you are new in 3D printing, 3d models marked as “support free” are what you should looking for. You can download and slice them directly with the current settings for most of the time.

Once you finish the slicing, click on “Slice plate” and switch to “Export G-code file” to save the files.

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Comments

marco - May 27, 2024

there is a profile called “TS”.
What peculiarity does it have or what objective does it refer to?

Justin - December 31, 2023

Please can you move to github for settings and configs. Bit naff using google/onedrive for posting them

STEVEN - December 13, 2023

Anybody can share me your printer.cfg file?

Gerardo Martinez - November 15, 2023

Could you please share Orca Slicer profiles for KP3S and KP5L?
Thanks

Ahmed - October 31, 2023

No profile for KINGROON KLP1, the folder is empty!!!

Richard - October 31, 2023

can you upload the KLP1 OrcaSlicer Profile ??? When I go to the link on One Drive, the folder is empty thank you

BP - October 30, 2023

Hello
There is no profile for KINGROON KLP1 OrcaSlicer under the link below – the folder is empty
Regards
https://1drv.ms/f/s!AmGcVrncIH3Zk2qX1HijsyUu98ci?e=78c3Kn

DrJeff - September 22, 2023

Do you guys have the profile for KP3S and KP5L.
I’m Loving Orca Slicer but want to have a true profile not something I just tried to put together. The tight Integration with Klipper is so nice!

Alessio - September 18, 2023

Please provide the OrcaSlicer profiles of KLP1 directly to the OrcaSlicer team, so that they can be included officially in a future version, and you can also insert generic profiles for other materials such as PETG, ABS, ASA

Manos - September 18, 2023

Please provide the OrcaSlicer profiles of KLP1 and KP3S Pro V2 directly to the OrcaSlicer team, so that they can be included officially in a future version.

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