- Choose a link below to download KISSlicer. Enter the key that was emailed to you to unlock the PRO version. These zip files have the settings pre-loaded.
- In case you just want the KISSlicer settings, here they are. Delete the default settings (.ini) files, and make sure your copy of the slicer is in the same folder as these settings files. Please do not change the settings unless you really know what you're doing! Settings are a lot of what makes great prints, and we've taken great care to set them just right.
TO UPDATE YOUR FIRMWARE:
(You shouldn't have to do this, but if you need to here's how.)
- Choose a link below to download Arduino, which you will need to upload firmware to your printer's RAMBo motherboard.
- Update your Arduino software so it can properly communicate with your printer. It's easy, but necessary.
- Download this file of add-on code
- Open up your Arduino software source files. On a mac, I do this by right clicking on the application and choosing show package contents.
- Navigate to Contents > Resources > Java > hardware
- Copy the "rambo" folder you downloaded inside that hardware folder
- Restart the Arduino software
- Reopen the firmware in the Arduino software. Check that you can select the RAMBo board from the Tools > Board menu
- Now you can successfully reflash your firmware
The Isis One uses a custom version of the popular Marlin firmware. New versions will be at this same link as edits are made. You shouldn't need to re-install firmware on your printer, but if you need here's how.
The Isis One is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. This means you can use our work in any way you choose, so long as you credit us and release your work under the same license. Please read the license here before downloading the source files.
- KISSlicer was written by Jonathan Dummer. It is not open source, but we license it because it has the best support generating algorithm we've seen thus far. A key to unlock the PRO version of the software is included with each printer purchase. For more information, please visit kisslicer.com or its forum.
- Marlin was derived from Sprinter and Grbl by Erik van der Zalm, and has been worked on by many people. It is licensed under a GPL license. For more information on the generic version, please visit https://github.com/ErikZalm/Marlin. Please note that the Isis One uses our own custom version.
- Arduino was written by many brilliant developers and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 License. For more information, please visit arduino.cc.