I did a search but didn't see the steps/instructions (maybe I missed it). My work flow is something like this... - use the CAD software to make something and then export to .stl - open Octoprint/browser and upload the .stl file to this R2 printer. Hit cancel on the Cura/something dialog box right after the successful upload. - use the R2 touchscreen/LCD to select various items/options. Then the onboard R2 slicer makes me a gcode file (usable, maybe not the best but is usable/fine) - then select this new .gcode file and print it. After a few hours/day(s), I have a nice printout. It always sticks fine/well to my new buildtak plate (or plain plate before this) but I would like to speed it up and also use less filament/material hopefully with 33% thinner and 50% smaller width/brim. (ie. The default brim/raft is usually "thick" and "extends out too far".) (Sometimes I don't use it if the bottom-side surface quality doesn't matter. Also it helps to hide the plate/surface imperfections... and so l use it.) Can somebody point me to some instructions/steps on how to modify/edit/adjust the brim/raft thickness and width? Is there some settings or a hidden menu or a control panel somewhere in the onboard R2 slicer/software that I can tweak/change the default size? (Goal is always give me a smaller/thinner brim/raft.) Thanks.