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[Feature Request] Controlled fuzz/iron


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Posted · [Feature Request] Controlled fuzz/iron

Guys - fuzzy skin has only one thing keeping it from kicking ass: there doesn't seem to be any way to restrict which surfaces get fuzzed. For example: it doesn't hurt, but you might not want to waste print time on fuzzing the never-to-be-seen underside of your model; or you might not want to fuzz joints/connections.

 

Ironing likewise would be nice to have finer control - perhaps the option to paint which surfaces you want each applied to?

 

Hats off to you on both of those features, btw, printed a set of steps for our 15yo cat to get in/out of the litter pan with a bit of dignity, and she'd have nothing to do with the test print, but the fuzzed skin version she liked so much I printed her several other steps and pieces 🙂 They also look spectacular with some materials. LayStone with fuzz keeps fooling people into thinking they're touching a chunk of limestone or pumice 🙂

 

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