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  1. Yes I know I am printing object which the printer can't handle. Smallest thickness is original 1.5mm scale 1:30 gives 0.05. As mentioned I am trying to have Cura print this so I don't need to redesign the original model... Setting up nozzle size 0.05 seems to work, i will test it and keep you informed.
  2. Nozzle size cant be set lower then 0.1 mm which is still too much for the sheet metal part. Another approach would be a scale option/tool where you can set minimum thickness in the target model... Does this excist?
  3. Hi everybody, I have imported a model which consist of solid surfaces and sheet metal. Since I scaling this model I am unable to print the sheet metal parts since they are too thin. With spiralize I am able to print these however the solid footplate will be printed as a contour. Is it possible to print solid surfaces and print contours of parts which are too thin at the same time? It would save me alot of time since I do not have to redesign the models in Solidworks... Thanks in advance,
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