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Help With Slicing Thin Objects

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I've been chasing down some extrusion issues, and finally hit upon a model with reliable failures - or so I thought.

 

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Turns out, my poor quality prints of these extruded ellipses (12x0.5mm, 0.45mm line width) weren't the fault of the printer, but the printer is giving me just what I see on the screen.

 

I would like to get sliced G-Code uniform in Z for objects which are uniform in Z.

 

How does one accomplish this in Cura?

 

 

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