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Maximum printing size of a part depends upon its geometry

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Posted · Maximum printing size of a part depends upon its geometry

I discovered the hard way that the promised printing size of 223x223x205 not always applies. Check how much I had to shrink my models depending on their geometry.

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Posted · Maximum printing size of a part depends upon its geometry

You Might Want to turn off Brim. If set to none you can get it a bit bigger but yeah. still not stated specs.

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