In MatterControl you can add a 'Set Temperature' object and place it at the height you want the temperature to change.
You can find it in 'Design Apps'/'Calibration Parts'
It looks like this:
You can then move it to the height you want to change the temp and set the temp on the right
PLA is known for high shrinkage, on average you get about 1.6%
So i now always use PLA Pluss and now only get about 0.2 -0.3% shrinkage
Remember different brands either have better or bad quality PLA
I use Esun PLA+ which has very good properties and strong, I have tried Tronxy and I have found it bad & unusable for my models
Maybe some one could start a post on filaments that work best for there printers and models.
Im having a similar problem Matter control come to a crawl when adding supports. with no supports then fine
can not do anything when added supports to any of my models
and when you do finally get to click on the print it also takes forever to print. either directly or to an SDS card.
never had this problem on earlier version before May 22 release .
oh it does work ok on models less that 100 x 100 size
Printer profile im using is an Enders 3v2
Transparency is in the new build
You can now set any part to have transparent rendering to help with modeling and placement.
@larsbrubaker Thank you. I was trying to think of how to keep things clear and easy to understand and those description bubbles were perfect to use. Those are going to come in handy alot for me, for descriptions and notes.
@intj123 You are right about the bed sizes. I had to break out the measuring tape and measure the bed on my newest printer. It was off just a little bit. You make a good point, because most people wouldn't think of measuring the bed for exact numbers right off the bat and lose time trying and filament to figure out whats wrong in settings.