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Support Floors not respecting Z-Overides-XY

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Posted (edited) · Support Floors not respecting Z-Overides-XY

I have some complex models with curved/spherical areas where my PVA support should stick, and allow a tower to support features above.

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(simplified test piece)

 

I had decent success, a recent print had all but one area supported correctly, so I made some changes hoping to perfect it:

 

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I dropped Speed, Accel, and Jerk for Floors, increase floor density and changed the pattern to "lines"

 

And not a single support worked!

 

I'm not sure what's useful to provide but I'd sure love some advice. Using a CR-10s with a Chimera+ (i.e. two fixed independent extruders)

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Posted · Support Floors not respecting Z-Overides-XY

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I see quite a gap on the support floors. I'll try to track this down.

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Posted · Support Floors not respecting Z-Overides-XY

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It looks like XY-overides-Z is only for the tops, not the bottoms, and ruining the prints.

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