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If this wall is .4 or under then it will be hard to get a nice finish in that section. 2 passes on a thin wall is best. You can set the nozzle size smaller then the actual nozzle size and still get good results down to 0.3mm I have gone smaller but its hard from that point to get the same results. if you are able to this and get 2 passes in this area then that would be good.

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Posted (edited) · ugly surfaces

at the walls it goes back and forth 1 time. what I can see.

So annoying with un necessary blobs, it ruins the finish. And if you start to file or cut it gonna scratch everything.

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If this wall is .4 or under then it will be hard to get a nice finish in that section. 2 passes on a thin wall is best. You can set the nozzle size smaller then the actual nozzle size and still get good results down to 0.3mm I have gone smaller but its hard from that point to get the same results. if you are able to this and get 2 passes in this area then that would be good.

 

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Posted (edited) · ugly surfaces

Kinda off topic but, can some1 help me change gcodes?

Would like to do this

1. If possible remove the auto home function just before it goes to do A skirt?

Im abit bored of having to restart 1-2times cos of oozed filament get squished around

the nozzle. And messes around with it at the print zone.

2. Automatic 210c first layer then go down/up to the temp I choosen in cura.

3. At the end to make it stay at idle temps 150c + bed 60 after.

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