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please add to cura:

1. dens support layer ! please !!!!!!!!

2. dens infill layer !

3. different resolution for support, infill and walls.

4. support inside of the model !!! instead of infill (0% infill)

5. the ability to delete support islands.

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Hi David,

Welcome to the forum. I'm not a developer on the new Cura but I'm interested in features in general.

Aside from point 5 which I can identify, I may be just not understanding what you are asking for but a shopping list of features with bullet points and no details is of no use except for the person who wrote it.

Can you give some more details about your requests? Maybe some features already exist :).


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1. Already implemtend. Its called a support roof.

2. Do you mean top/bottom skin?

3. Different layer height between infill and walls is already possible. Combine infill layers is the setting you are looking for.

4. It's on our to do list, but with a very low priority.

5. It's on our to do list.

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