I think there is something wrong with the slicer file supplied. Maybe the export didn't work. The support material is enabled and some other options set that don't make any sense.
You may want to import the slicer configuration that was released and check that it is the correct configuration.
Sorry for the late reply. Support being enabled isn't a big deal, some people use it some don't so odds are you will have to enable it or disable it at some point anyway. And what other options do you think don't make sense? Some may be a little different than the majority of 3D printers but this is the exact slic3r configuration I've been running so it should be ok!
Post by all3dprinting on Nov 16, 2015 18:59:24 GMT
When I imported the slic3rconfig.ini file, I guess there were just a couple of settings that I would not have set as the default. The complete individual objects is also set, do you find this faster/better in some way (I personally don't do this)? I would think that depending on the size of the object that is being printed, this could lead to poor printing quality (ie if it is a small part, you want to allow some time before the next layer to allow the last layer to cool a bit).
And I realize the support material can be turn off by whomever is using it, but if you have ever printed supports with PLA, its a pain in the butt clean it up depending on the complexity of the object, this is why I was surprise it was on by default.
I think for the most part, most of the users that have had a 3d printer before won't care about this, but someone who decides to start with an eclipse and doesn't know about supports or complete individual objects options might encounter more frustration when things don't work as expected.