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Hi guys. Having big trouble removing the support structure on my print. Just got my hand in first ultimaker 2+. Compare this snd my other printer raised 3d the support removal process is way different. How to fix this. Any thing i need to twist in Cura?

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Please mention in your settings that you own a UM2+ as I always look there (under your icon) first even though it was right in your first post.

Also please post a photo of what you mean. Some parts are incredibly easy to remove support. Such as the shape of an umbrella in the normal orientation. Some parts are harder as you have to get inside a tiny hole and pull out large pieces of support.

I rarely use support and when I do I usually design it myself in CAD.

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