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Using multiple nozzle thickness in same print?

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Posted · Using multiple nozzle thickness in same print?

Hey,

Does Cura have any provision to allow use of different nozzles within the same print in order to get best resolution?

Any other hacks?

I was thinking of completing the print using one nozzle and then overlapping the second print using the other nozzle. However this will require a lot of adjustment of the printbed.

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Posted · Using multiple nozzle thickness in same print?

Well you can certainly do this on each layer (don't think you can do it after the rough print is done).

You could for example do infill with one nozzle and shell with the other. I'm pretty sure you can do this with the current version of Cura.

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