I'm currently using Cura for one printer (Hellbot Magna SE, essentially an Ender clone) and PrusaSlicer for another (Artillery Hornet).
I first learned this method for multicolored prints with Cura on CHEP's channel since I have had awful accidents with manual filament changes in the past, given that my Hellbot printer doesn't understand the M600 command and I have to use M0 pauses instead. this way works great and gives me a lot of peace of mind since now I can leave the printer unattended for a bit knowing it will finish printing then turn the nozzle and bed off, home on all axes and just sit there idle until I come back and start the next print on top, this one sliced with the corresponding Z Offset value so as to not collide with the one currently sitting on the bed.
I would like to do the same on my Hornet, but I use PrusaSlicer with it since the builtin profile is so much better, and I can't figure out how to do it. I have located the Z Offset setting, but the only way to be able to lift objects from the platter seems to be by making them "parts" of another one, and in that case I lose the option to disable the "Printable" flag that lets me hide the different components of the object so I can slice them and export them as separate files.
Note: While typing this it just occurred to me maybe setting the corresponding Z Offset for the object that goes on top of the one already on the bed without making it a part but rather the only thing on the platter might work? Perhaps this isn't necessary for PrusaSlicer to generate the code that I need. I'll test this tomorrow but anything that implies possible collisions will always make me a bit nervous. I will update the question with the result of the test.
Thanks in advance!