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Posted · curling edges

I just printed some large blocks where model is almost full and edges curl nomather what I do.

So I created round edges with braiking points and now this object doesn't curl anymore.

You should integrate that in cura it is way better than anything else.

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Posted · curling edges

When you say curl i guess you mean warp from the bed?

Usually a good brim and glue or hairspray will do the trick, but modeling this is a good idea of course.

Don't know if it's posible to add this is a slicer

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Posted · curling edges

Brim + concentric pattern and curling is a thing of the past. I'm not that convinced that this solution is better than brim (and probably a whole lot harder to generate)

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