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Posted · required info on professional settings in cura

Kindly help on identify below required settings to manufacture some professional part for tensile test in CURA settings.

RASTER ANGLE

ROAD WIDTH

AIRGAP

 

Also find below image for reference.

kindly help to identify above 3 settings in CURA.

 

1-s2.0-S0263224115006703-gr6.jpg

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Posted · required info on professional settings in cura

raster width = infill line width

air gap is always 0 unless you set flow < 100%

raster angle = "infill line direction" but can't be used on layers that are 100% filled.  So I don't think you can controll this (I could be wrong)

layer thickness = layer height

 

 

 

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