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What has the final say on material properties? (heating/cooling/comp)

Does Chroma or the splice settings on the palette dictate what splice settings are used during the print?

If it’s chroma -> Why do I save splice settings on the printer? When does this come into play?

Is there some way to tweak slice settings without going back through chroma for an existing print? I swapped out a different black filament than I had been using before and it seems to need more cooling. I’d love to just up the cooling by 1 for the print but that doesn’t seem possible.

Lastly -> Is the .maf file format open? I would also be fine with the ability to tweak the file format to change cooling but the settings are not obvious in that file.

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Hey @imbeyondboredom, thanks for reaching out about this. The splice settings need to be input on Chroma in order to be applied to the print (step 4B here: mm3d.co/splice-tuning). The splice settings saved on Palette are only used for alternative printing modes, such as Multi Spool, Gradient, or Pattern. It would be best to go into Chroma and change the splice settings from there. Let me know if you have any questions about the steps.

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