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Is there is the way to improve the initial top layer thickness when using the adaptive layer height? This is the beginning before the 1st top layer is printed on the infill 527796528_Screenshot2018-11-0716_13_57.thumb.png.98e72b7b47688f80fb99437576492e93.png

 

On the next layer height of 101, the 1st top layer is printed but the initial thickness base on the layer preview shown the thickness to be 0.05mm which is to thin to support the rest of the top layer .1322371109_Screenshot2018-11-0716_14_23.thumb.png.4320c94ae9e2692daca711982b859082.png

 

Is there any post-processing g-code to make the adaptive layer to ignore the initial top layer or a way to increase the initial top layer layer thickness when using adaptive layer thickness  

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