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It is possible ?

At least to think about it. I don't know maybe inside different design ?

And for it, a special 0.04 profile in Cura.

Very usefull for me for small detail parts for Railroad modeling.

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The combination of a very small nozzle like 0.2 and a low layer height like 0.4 will give problems with the E-resolution (the stepper that drives the filament).

By heart: when you use 0.25mm nozzle with 0.06layer, a single E step is good for ~1mm XY motion. That is too much.

Have you seen examples of 0.4mm nozzle at 0.06mm with PLA? You might be positively surprised.

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Not for now. But for the future. At list think about it.

Ultimaker has entered in the auto industry.

Why not Railroad modeling ?

Un upgrade for stepper ?

I just printed a coach case in 0.06 layer with AA 0.4 mm.

But for my loco some parts need more.

And i think there are others too.

Especially for tanks at HO scale 1:87 for example.

Think about.

Respect for your work.

My UM3 is the best.

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