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Artillery Genius Profile for Simplify3D and Prusa Slicer

I previously reviewed the Artillery Genius which is an awesome printer. The stock profile is decent, but can be improved.
After a few prints, i managed to dial in the profile and get really good results with it.
Here is my tweaked Artillery Genius profile for Simplify 3D and Prusa Slicer.

Artillery Genius Profile for Simplify3D

You can download the Artillery Genius Profile for Simplify 3D by following this link.
In order to import the profile, navigate to File -> Import FFF Profile and select the Artillery Genius Profile

Import Artillery Genius Profile in Simplify3DBonus: Custom Build Plate for Simplify 3D

Now that you have a good profile imported in Simplify 3D, you may want to add a custom build plate for it.

  1. Download the Artillery Genius custom build plate for Simplify 3D.
  2. Extract the archive and copy the Artillery_Genius_Custom_Buildplate.stl to this path: C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Local\Simplify3D\S3D-Software.
  3. Open Simplify 3D and export your Artillery Genius profile by navigating to File->Export FFF Profile.
  4. Open the exported FFF profile with notepad, and search for the following lines:
    <overridePrinterModels>0</overridePrinterModels>
    <printerModelsOverride></printerModelsOverride>
    Simplify 3D custom buildplate2 | Artillery Genius Profile for Simplify3D and Prusa Slicer
  5. Replace the two lines with the following:
    <overridePrinterModels>1</overridePrinterModels>
    <printerModelsOverride>Artillery_Genius_Custom_Buildplate.stl</printerModelsOverride>
    Simplify 3D custom buildplate
  6. Save the file and import the profile back into Simplify 3D by navigating to File-> Import FFF Profile.
  7. That’s it. Now, your build plate should look like this:Artillery Genius Custom Buildplate in Simplify 3D | Artillery Genius Profile for Simplify3D and Prusa Slicer

Artillery Genius Profile for Prusa Slicer

You can download the Artillery Genius Profile for Prusa Slicer by following this link.


In order to import the profile, navigate to File -> Import -> Import Config Bundle and select the Artillery Genius Profile.

Import Artillery Genius Profile in Prusa Slicer

Bonus: Custom Build Plate for Prusa Slicer

Now that you have a good profile imported in Prusa Slicer, you may want to add a custom build plate for it.

Artillery Genius Custom Buildplate for Prusa Slicer
  1. Download the Artillery Genius custom build plate for Prusa Slicer.
  2. Open Prusa Slicer
  3. Navigate to Printer Settings -> General.
  4. On the Bed Shape section, click on the Set button.
  5. In the Texture section, click on Load and import the Artillery Genius Bed Logo.png file.
  6. In the Model section, click on Load and import the Artillery Genius Bed.stl file.
  7. Click OK.

That’s it. Now, your build plate should look like this:

Artillery Genius Custom Buildplate in Prusa Slicer

Final notes

Please note that the profiles are dialed in for my Artillery Genius, and you may need to do some small changes according to your printer.

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9 Comments

  1. Hello, thank you very much for sharing, I downloaded this nearly 4 months ago and this has been very helpful. I have one question; During a filament change (M600), the X axis motor is not locked, it is easy to move by accident. I notice when I pause a print, the X axis is locked. Is there a simple solution maybe?

  2. Hi!
    I have a question.
    I downloaded the Prusa Slicer profile (thank you for that) and the bed size is 230*230 mm. As far as I know, it is 220*220 mm in Artillery Genius. Am I mistaken?
    Thank you

  3. Ohh i was wishing for a prusa slicer tpu profile, can anyone point me in the right direction.

  4. To allow the system filament presets to be visible when using this printer profile, make the following addition to the bundle .ini file “printer” section before importing:


    inherits = Original Prusa i3 MK3

    Additionally, to have access to MK3 print settings presets, add the following keywords to Printer/Notes:


    PRINTER_VENDOR_PRUSA3D
    PRINTER_MODEL_MK3

  5. Hi, I use the Simplify profile with small tweaks and it works fine! Thank you

    Do you have in mind uploading a Cura profile? It would be great also

  6. The link for downloading Prusa Slicer Profile doesn’t work anymore. Could you please solve it?

    I’d like to thank for all very interesting informations you give us.

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