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sequential printing head dimension

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Hi,

im just testing the sequential printing feature and im inputting the head clearance.my bounding box is the same on 3 sides exept for the side where the fan hangs. So im setting the mm for the one direction in the machine settings but its not recognized when I look at the model view. The shadow that shows the bounding box is a quadratic to the values of the 3 smaller sides. The longes side is not showing. Is there a workaround maybe something I can put in the firmware? and im on a delta btw maybe that causes it.

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