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Cura 2.3.1 Tool travel paths

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Posted · Cura 2.3.1 Tool travel paths

Hi all,

Is it possible to print each entire outer wall section fully and individually as to avoid all these tool travel paths?

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I'm currently printing translucent PETG and the trail left from the nozzle going between the four inner wall sections and the outer wall section on every single wall line is kinda killing its optical appeal.

Am I overlooking something in Cura that allows me to adjust this?

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Posted · Cura 2.3.1 Tool travel paths

There is currently no option for that. Hopefully it can be added within the next year, but for the coming period we are swamped with other issues.

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You may improve it by switching off combing and adding a z-hop.

 

Thanks Dim3nsioneer, I have tried these options. I'll design the part different next time. It still turn out functional. Thanks again.

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