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Posted · Adaptive print resolution?

been waiting for this feature for a long time.  Is it not quite easy to do a script that makes the print resolution adaptable depending on the angle or what ever. So the flatter the surface becomes the higher resolution becomes.  ( Just set a max and min resolution).

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Posted · Adaptive print resolution?

See the last few messages about this in this thread. I have been messing around a bit. And, yes, I agree it would be difficult to implement. But it is off to a great start. See if this helps with some adjustments.

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Posted · Adaptive print resolution?

Yeah i mean it could also be very basic. Like  layer 300-600 should be a certain resolution.   Could be easier to implement.

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Posted (edited) · Adaptive print resolution?

Hello,

I just installed cura 3.2 beta to try the new adaptative layers feature but I can't find it in the experimental setting (in setting visibility menu). Do you have any idea why ?

I already try to uninstall, install again and search for ''ada'' in all the setting and nothing.

thank you.

Edited by toshi

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Posted · Adaptive print resolution?

Try going to the configure menu, click on settings and unhide the ones you want. I have them all unhidden as I probe the depths of this stuff.

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