Benchy on Robo R2 sliced with Simplify3D For those new to 3D printing, the model "Benchy" is commonly used as a benchmark torture test. First, visit http://www.3dbenchy.com/gallery/ and https://www.pinterest.com/pin/509680882819002963/ to get an idea in the variation of quality from various printers. Photos above & below show my Robo R2 print of the Thingiverse Benchy sliced with Simplify3D, using the High Quality setting (0.1 mm layer height). Robo PLA filament that came with the R2. I also printed the Benchy off the Cura sliced version that came on the Robo USB drive (no photos). Gotta say the Simplify3D sliced version is noticeably better than the Cura version. However, the Cura version was not bad, and better than many Benchy prints at the links above. Note: I’m using all the default Simplify3D Robo R2 profile settings except as below: Removed all Start Code (Printer uses the OctoPrint Start Code as written by Robo instead) Set printer Build Volume to X:196 Y:196 Z:250 to match Robo's setting in OctoPrint. Increased number of top layers from 4 to 6. Increased infill % from 30% to 40%. This was to eliminate pin holes in the top layer. The 0.1 layer height of this print necessitated two more top layers to fill in properly. Turned Bridging Speed Multiplier down from 100% to 50% Turned Bridging Extrusion Multiplier down from 100% to 95% This improved reproduction of the tops of the doorway arches and portholes. Slower speeds and slower extrusion helps when bridging. Note that these two settings only affect areas of the model that form a bridge. I took the photos using a macro lens and a strong light on the right to emphasize the texture by creating shadows. You'll notice some light harmonic texture in the boat's bow. The texture is very, very shallow and not rough at all. Compare it to the texture in the white nylon cloth below the boat. In contrast, the Cura version had noticeable layer lines with a more pronounced, sharper texture easily felt by running my fingernail over the layers. In summary I'd say the built-in Cura based slicer or PC version of Cura slicer would work well for many people. But to get all the performance you paid for in your printer, go with the Simplify3D slicer.