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converting 2d image to 3d model problem

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Dear sir,

when I import 2d image in cura for 3d model ,

it extrude it automatically but is there any way it extrude with out any angles and extrude the pixels in right angle ( 90 degree) ,in other words,

as you see in this pictures the top surface of pixels is smaller than 1111.thumb.png.403f00c0389124a783f223976a6615f4.png bottom side,

is there any way the bottom and top size of pixel will be the same size?

I used many setting in convert image menu ( like the same number for Height and base ,also I input 0 for base ) but nothing changed!!!!!

1111.thumb.png.403f00c0389124a783f223976a6615f4.png

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