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Declare starting extruder

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You can set the per model setting for every part. This way you can specify that the bottom part (first layers) should be printed with the first or second extruder. you do this by clicking on the object and than clicking on the per model settings option (last option in the same column as the rotate and move function)

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Hi, thank you for your response. I thouhgt of that possibility but unfortunately it is not what I seek. My bottom-layer contains both first and second extruder parts with the second extruder inside of the first extruder structure. the inserted structure is very fine and parts are hidden by previously printed borders of the first extruder

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