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How to Change Layer height

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Posted · How to Change Layer height

hi, in the course of my  work I found out that I can reduce time and material If I use the option to change the slicing height for a short distance (Z), and then return the original quality definition. for example, start with original definition of .2mm  for 15mm , then change it to .06 for 2mm and back again

Thanks  a lot

Dov 

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Posted · How to Change Layer height

Not sure i understand your question, but you might want to have a look at the variable height setting that can do that automatically

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Posted · How to Change Layer height

Hi , Thanks

I am new to this form, how can I take a look at the variable height setting that can do that automatically

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