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Olsson block .25, .6 and .8 Cura settings

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You have to change the nozzle size *and* the shell width because the shell width must always be a multiple of the nozzle size. Although with the .8mm nozzle I usually just do one pass (.8 shell) and with the .4mm nozzle I usually do .8mm shell also (two passes). But if I switch to .6mm then I would likely pick .6mm wall or 1.2mm if it needs to withstand severe forces (people standing on it).

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