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Cura setting for Olsson Block

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Hello everybody.

I wanted to ask how to change the parameters carefully computed on the Olsson block nozzles.

For example with the nozzle by 0.8 as set in such a way appropriate to the height of the levels?

You can be set for example a height of 0.3?

I would like to understand what method to use to set adequately the new extruding parameters with a nozzle 0.8.

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There is a relation between nozzle diameter and layer height.

Multiply layer height by 4 or 5. This will give you the suitable nozzle diameter.

For example: layer height 0.2 mm x 4 = 0.8 nozzle

You can test different layer heights and nozzle combinations, but this simple formula will give good results.

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