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Extruder 2 layers first?

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I'm trying to print some lettering on the first layer, but the lettering material is in location 2 of my S5. By the lime the lettering is printed, the gaps left by extruder 1 are too small for the lettering to show through. 

 

any recommendations?

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Yes, print the letters first.  You can tell the print order in layer view by sliding the horizontal slider.  I'm not sure what options set the print order.  I think it's the order you load the 2 stl files.  Load the lettering stl file first and the rest of the print second.  See if that helps.  Or assign the lettering to extruder1.  See if that helps.

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