PrusaSlicer takes 3D models (STL, OBJ, AMF) and converts them into G-code instructions for FFF printers or PNG layers for mSLA 3D printers. It's compatible with any modern printer based on the RepRap toolchain, including all those based on the Marlin, Prusa, Sprinter and Repetier firmware. It also works with Mach3, LinuxCNC and Machinekit controllers.
PrusaSlicer is based on Slic3r by Alessandro Ranelucci and the RepRap community
Check upstream - [github.com/prusa3d/PrusaSlicer](https://github.com/prusa3d/PrusaSlicer) - for more info about the project.
Connect following interfaces, in order to be able to save G-CODE directly to SD cards; unmounting cards through interface doesn't work though, and will crash GUI.
sudo snap connect prusa-slicer:removable-media
sudo snap connect prusa-slicer:mount-observe
Note: on latest candidate release (version 2.4.0), unmounting from GUI works, if you connect also interface below:
sudo snap connect prusa-slicer:udisks2
This is an unofficial package. Please report any issues [here](https://github.com/ivocavalcante/PrusaSlicer-snap/issues), unless reproducible upstream.
snapcraft.yaml file can be found here: [github.com/ivocavalcante/PrusaSlicer-snap/blob/main/snap/snapcraft.yaml](https://github.com/ivocavalcante/PrusaSlicer-snap/blob/main/snap/snapcraft.yaml)
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