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JasonC

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  1. Thanks for reply. Yes that makes perfect sense. I've been experimenting with the optimise wall function but for other reasons so maybe that is what is helping on some models but not others. I will look into that further and see what I can find. I also run a 2 Prusas but never tried slic3r so maybe I'll take a look at that if I can't improve things. Thanks again for you help.
  2. I've noticed that sometimes it does show where the seam will be but then other times it doesn't. I haven't pin pointed why it does this so I'm guessing its a bug, a very annoying one!
  3. I have the same problem, time to try the Beta version then!
  4. My profiles copied across ok but when I create gcodes now, it doesn't set the nozzle temperature based on the profile, very annoying!
  5. Ok I will try enabling Z hop. This material is TPU so I'm hoping that enabling this doesn't make it more stringy, but I guess I can adjust my retraction to compensate.
  6. Hello, Does anyone know what settings can be enabled/changed to avoid the scarring on top surfaces? I know there is a new neosanding feature in 2.7 but it adds quite a lot of time onto the print which I'd like to try and avoid if possible! I've tried the combing options but they don't seem to do much.
  7. I tried the custom brims as explained above and they work quite well. It would be nice to have this as a feature in Cura so you can place these custom brims which would also make them just touch the part rather than overlapping the part like mine does, they were still easy to remove though.
  8. I have a similar problem. I have a part with supports and sometimes my nozzle catches the support when travelling over the support and dislodges the part from the bed. I have enabled z-hop but it only z-hops over the part itself and not the support. It would be great to have a enable z-hop over supports option.
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