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SpectreSwitch

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  1. I did check it out and could not notice any deficiencies. The only other odd ball setting I have to enable to have it print fine custom infill is "Slicing Tolerance" set to exclusive. I ended up fixing the bottom portion of my issue by setting bottom layers to 1 and initial bottom layers to 0. Just cannot figure out how to do the same thing for the top. I am jealous of your direct drive setup. That's next on my list, I have a Creality CR-10S Pro v2 with z-sync mod, and silicon hot bed spring replacements.
  2. I am wondering the same thing. I would expect it to be called final top layer, similar to printing an open bottom with setting the initial bottom layer to 0.
  3. Could someone please set me straight here. I am attempting to 3d Print a RC aircraft part. To cut weight I would like to limit wall thickness to 1 layer while using a 0.4mm nozzle. Looks to be 1.47mm calculated for the wall thickness. My issue is that upper and lower curved surfaces are not getting adequate layering. I do not want a "floor" or "Ceiling" layer but I do want the tops of curved surfaces to be smooth and consistent. Here is an image of what I'm seeing as an issue. The second pic is an example of why I cannot have a layer at the top of the part (sharing only because I don't know e
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