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Platform adhesion question

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Hi All,

I run a workshop for children where we use a 3D printer to print cogs for a 3D model they build. We always print 1 large cog (for use in the model) and then enough small ones for them all to take home at the end of the day and this is all done on the same print, to save us having to reset the printer part way through the session. The large cog needs a brim to be printed correctly but the small ones are happy without. Is there a way of just selecting the big cog to have a brim and the rest not? We're quite pushed for time in the session and so need to claim back any printing minutes we can to get it all done in time!

Thanks in advance for your help

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