Anycubic provides Cura and PrusaSlicer profiles for the Kobra 2 Series high-speed printers, and these preset profiles are designed for some commonly used materials, such as PLA, PETG, ABS, TPU, and more. Users of Anycubic can find these files on a USB drive, SD card, or on the official website. Importing profiles into PrusaSlicer is a rather simple process, typically taking only a few minutes of your time. For today's article, we are using PrusaSlicer V2.6.1 and Anycubic Kobra 2 Pro as an example. Other related article includes how to import profiles into Cura.
Articles related to PrusaSlicer features:
To download PrusaSlicer software from the Prusa website, it's important to note that the PrusaSlicer Profile provided by Anycubic requires PrusaSlicer version 2.6.0 or higher for successful import. If you have previously downloaded this slicer, you'll need to upgrade to the required version.
Download PrusaSlicer Profiles For Kobra 2 Series
Find the PrusaSlicer profiles:
- on the USB drive or SD card that comes with the printer.
- from the "Firmware & Software" page on the Anycubic website.
- The PrusaSlicer profiles provided vary for different machine models, and make sure to download and import the correct profile for your machine.
- New configuration files for PrusaSlicer may be updated and released irregularly on the Anycubic website.
How to Import PrusaSlicer Profiles For Kobra 2 Series
Step 1: Import a PrusaSlicer Profile
In the top menu bar, locate 'File,' and from the dropdown menu, select 'Import >> Import Config Bundle'. Import the profile from your computer into the slicer. When you see a pop-up confirming the successful import, you have completed this step.
Step 2: Fine-tune Print Settings
After importing the profile, the machine model name will be displayed in the top right of the interface. For example, take Anycubic Kobra 2 Pro as an example. After importing its profile, its information will appear in the interface.
In fact, many print settings are already preset in the profile, and you only need to fine-tune them according to your specific needs. Parameters like 'supports,' 'infill,' and 'brim' can be modified to suit your preferences. If you are not familiar with the 'brim' adhesion assistant, I recommend checking out the article on 'Skirt, Brim, and Raft' for more information." Finally, you can directly drag or import your model to start 3D printing.