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  1. Yes thanks for your tips and info, you're right, it is hardly visible.
  2. Thank you, yes I already experimented and printed with infill, but instead of the whole cube be filled, perhaps it is possible to create an infill structure that matches the shape of the inset top shape?
  3. Hi, I'm using Cura 3.5.0 and I have a question about printing a support structure inside the mesh. I made a cube and on every 6 sides created an inset number ; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 On layer 71 it starts to print the underlying layer for the indented number 1, here is the problem, this is the top side of the cube. So it starts to print this layer in thin air. So I lfound the option support placement, which is not helping me to create an in mesh support structure that holds the shape of the number 1 printed in the top side of the cube. I attached an image screenshot of layer 71 printed in thin air whilst the support option is set to everywhere. Hopefully can anyone give me a tip to achieve this. Thank you. Regards MaMo.

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