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Posted · Changing resolution mid print

Is there a tutorial on how to change resolution from .2 to another height, say mid print, to a finer .10 resolution?  Here on this forum and/or on YouTube. 

 

Much appreciated for those who do answer.

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Posted · Changing resolution mid print

You would have to manually splice together multiple gcode files. What do you want to achieve?

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Posted · Changing resolution mid print

Depending on your needs, you can also use the adaptive layers found in 'Experimental'.

 

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Posted · Changing resolution mid print

Thanks to all that replied.  

 

Specifically, I have an .stl file that's got a solid base, then one mm up is a logo and text which I want in a finer resolution which I will change filament.  I want the text and logo to appear with a better resolution as the base does not need to be.

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