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x/y (Polygonal) resolution

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One particular problem I have with netfabb is that the "polygonal resolution" of the slices is quite low. Meaning that when I slice e.g. cylinder the resulting print has visible edges .The model itself however has a very high resolution. Sliced with cura I get a much rounder result (but other problems) Any ideas how to increase the xy resolution in netfabb slices?

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netfab has a built in decimation feature so handling models is faster. You need to set the model to 100% to get full accuracy. Sorry I don't have netfabb in front of me, so I don't remember exactly where it was, but I think it is in the model list at the top right corner.

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