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  1. Thank you for the replys. In fact the CSV-Export/Import-Tool is quite ok to exchange the altered settings - I hope this is what I'm supposed to see in the exports, but the amount of information you get with the ProfileAnalyzer is hugh compared to that. I meanwhile managed to ... 1.) chose the right visible settings I want to see in the sidebar 2.) select the settings I want to see and being controled from the material settings menu (using the plugin from FieldofView), like temperatures, flow rate, initial print speeds and retractions values as a starting point
  2. Suggestion 1: Besides above named things, you might want to cut and slice the body lateraly, so the angles are steeper and you might not need so much supports. Probably printing the front and rear as a short segment would make things even easier and some well attached supports could be left in place. Suggestion 2: Did you also concider the rigidity of the material and the final print? I would have some doubts about using this on a RC car. I'd rather print a quite solid positive model and vacuum form the body with a more stressable material. that way it's also not such a big d
  3. Yes, I was thinking about exporting the files from my user fodler manually to Excel to get an overview of the mess I have greated. As many others I struggle with the philosophy on how Cura manages profiles and priorizes setting values. The files in my user folder are usually quite empty, althoug I have many settings visible and altered in the sidebar and also saved to a custom profile as well. No matter how I reset these values or what standard profile I select, the materal settings mostly will not be taken over when changing to a different material. This is even more a pitty, as the
  4. Hello, I also was missing the former threashold setting since I recntly updated to 4.8.0 Nevertheless maybe a similar setting explains the new tropology size setting ... or at least the image helps -> look for slicing tolerance According to the hint in Cura, Adaptive Layers Topology Size is checking how much horizontal distance is between the outline of two successive layers (overlap or overhang). If the overhang/overlap exceedes the set value, Cura switches the layer height by the size specified under Adaptive Layer Variation Sep Size. This is al
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