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  1. PROBLEM: Prime towers tend to collapse when two materials that do not stick to each other are used. POTENTIAL SOLUTION: what about printing a tower where the two materials are in "concentric" squares each made of one material only ? This way each material would have to stick to itself (see drawing, a=PETG, b=PVA, "." = no material) copy paste into notepad to see with correct char spacing). Double the material will be used, but it is worth it vs having a collapsed tower. Layer 1 aaaaaaaaaaaaaa abbbbbbbbbbbba ab ba ab ba ab ba ab ba abbbbbbbbbbbba aaaaaaaaaaaaaa Layer 2 aaaaaaaaaaaaaa abbbbbbbbbbbba ab ba ab ba ab ba ab ba abbbbbbbbbbbba aaaaaaaaaaaaaa Layer n aaaaaaaaaaaaaa abbbbbbbbbbbba ab ba ab ba ab ba ab ba abbbbbbbbbbbba aaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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