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Cura 3.2.1 4 Cubes in Spiralize mode.

Cura generates Walls between Models

as seen in attached Image

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Posted · Spiralize Multiple Model

It's not possible to spiralize multiple models simultaneously, the whole point of spiralize is that it goes round the periphery of a single model without using any travel moves.

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Spiralize is for single model workings only. However, you can fake it out if you gang up your models in a program and export them all as one STL file. Like so:

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Posted · Spiralize Multiple Model

I just wanted to print 4 models with different Flow settings to 

set the Flow Settings.

Any other option

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