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Printing with 0.4 and 0.6 mm nozzles right now. And I would like to use different layer heights but this setting is not available per object.

@nallath: Are different layer heights per object prevented by the slicer algorithm in general or did you just decide not to offer it?

(S3D handles varying heights)

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@nallath:  Are different layer heights per object prevented by the slicer algorithm in general or did you just decide not to offer it?

 

The slicer doesn't handle it. If you print one at a time it should be possible I think, but for all at once it's a bit tricky right now.

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