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Posted · Support Layer Height

Hi. I was wondering if there was a setting in cura for support layer height, and if there isn't if it could be implemented in the next update. Thanks!

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Posted · Support Layer Height

There is an infill layer height.  You can make infill layers twice as thick (so print twice as fast).  But not support.

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Posted · Support Layer Height

Thank you! I already knew about the infill layer height, but now I won't go searching through settings to find support layer height. If you are reading this and work for Ultimaker, please add this if you can!

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Posted · Support Layer Height

I don't work for UM but @smartavionics (who also doesn't work for UM) might be interested in adding the feature.  Probably not.  But maybe.  The best place to request new features is on github.  You have to create a github account but it's free.  Report bugs and feature requests as an "issue" here:

https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/

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