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Please add this to tree support!

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Tree support has ben absolutely awesome for me. I hated how the original supports messed up my print, and where hard to remove.

 

The is just 1 problem. The tree supports print pretty sloppy, and sometimes that causes artifacts that hit the nozzle. Or even when there are no artifacts, the tree's are just 1 line thick, so the adhesion to the building surface is very low. 

This can easily be fixed using brims, but i dont want to on a lot of projects. Sometimes it helps to make the tree's a bit thicker with a bigger line count like 2 or 3, but this increases print time, and can make removal mere difficult.

Dear dev's, Please add brimm's to the tree's on the inside and outside so the bed adhesion is better and i dont need to use brimm's on the print itself.

Keep up the great work!

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