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Old 01-12-2013, 03:34 PM   #12
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Whups, one last step.

Finally figured out what "Pronterface" is- downloadable here:

It also appears to have the Slic3r included with the zip file. Anyways, after the gcode is made, you open Pronterface, load the gcode, and, assuming you have a printer plugged in, hit print. I'm betting the options are all shaded out because I don't have a printer plugged in.

Looks like it gives you all kinds of useful info- temps of nozzle and bed, estimated amount of filament used, etc..

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