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Pls try to print it

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The form1+ has much better resolution than the Ultimaker. But if you really want to try it, you should use 3dhubs.com. That website will allow you to find an individual to print something for you using any type of printer you choose. There is probably someone even nearby where you live and you can go visit the person and the printer when your part is ready and you can discuss 3d printing issues with that person.

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I have found that you can set nozzle size to lower values than the actual nozzle size by about 25% - so .3mm for a .4mm nozzle and 0.2 for a .2mm nozzle and so on.

This will look even better if you do it with 2 colors like this:

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I made a post a few weeks ago about using the nozzle to go 1.2 times less it's size on simplify3d (I bet on cura this it's also easy to do) https://ultimaker.com/en/community/view/16881-really-tiny-little-details-with-04-nozzle-s3d-umo-

I'll try to print your file tomorrow with a 0.4 to see how it looks but seems hard without a 0.25 nozzle

Edit. Wow this it's a hard think to print. Will try anyway

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