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Posted · Cura 2.7 Skin

Hello,

I cannot find this in any please.

Could You tell me what is skin in Cura 2.7?

is it outer wall??

Sorry for ignorance but im new to Cura, and I am not sure about this.

Radek

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Posted · Cura 2.7 Skin

"shell" is the total thickness of the outer walls (not including the infill pattern). outer wall is the thickness of the outer most pass. Usually it should be exactly the same or a little less than the nozzle width. There are inner shells as well.

I don't know what skin is. There is a something about "top skin". I don't know what that is exactly. I have that always set to 0.

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Posted · Cura 2.7 Skin

Thank You gr5, for Your answer.

I am familiar with outer and inner walls, but think is about skin, Cura 2.7 is the first time I see this parametr (normally i use repetier), but becouse of lack of the parameters (in Slicer nad Cura engine), I decided to move into Cura for slicing models.

My idea for skin is that Cura call outer wall - skin? But I am now sure about that.

Radek

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