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Posted · 8mm profile configuration for cura

Hello, 

This is my first post in this forum and I hope that you and I learn something new. I am trying to create a 8.0 mm Cura profile configuration for a 8mm nozzle diameter. However, something always seem to overlap that results in a bad Gcode. The model I am trying to printis attached. It is a simple line with 8mm height and 8 mm width, and I am trying to print it in one print without a raft. If someone have a 8.0 mm profile configuration or know how to help please do so. Thank you for reading my post.  

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Posted · 8mm profile configuration for cura

8mm that's huge`!!! 😲

What kind of printer do you use?

 

I'm not experienced in ths kind of stuff and can't really help, the only thing I can say is that it is generally advised to not print higher than half of your nozzle diameter. 

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Posted · 8mm profile configuration for cura

Yeah its a little bit challenging. I am using delta wasp. Thanks Curven for your reply much appreciated 🙂 

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