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  1. That's useful, thanks! I don't think I will need to do that, firstly I should try out all the basic settings. Thanks for explaining the thing with Cura. Is there any other slicer that allows some other modifications of the print settings? I see that in Cura it's possible to change the outer layer printing speed but is it possible to change it's thickness? From, let's say, 0.06 to 0.02? What is more, giving that there's only one surface I'm taking care of - the upper surface (the element is a button, everything else will be hidden), is it possible to print everything lower that this surface as quick as possible (not taking care of quality) and make only this one surface look good, printing it slow? There's an option for "Initial layer thickness" but Cura says it's not a good option for making it thicker than 0.3 mm.
  2. Hi Guys! I'm new to the forum so please be kind since I may ask some newbie questions I am planning to buy a Ultimaker 2 printer but there's one question to keep me from doing it already. The question is if the Ultimaker 2 printer (however I think it's a software feature) can print with different layer thickness in one print? I need to use it in rather, let's say, "commercial" purpose and what I need is getting high quality prints in quickest time possible. Therefore, I would like the printer to make the "filling" of the print as fast as possible (thick layer, fast printing) and then the outer surface to be as good as possible (thin layer, slow printing). Overall this probably would be much faster than setting the whole print for thin layer and slow printing. Is that possible? Regards, Caml
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