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When are we getting variable layer height?

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Posted · When are we getting variable layer height?

S3d has this, and I think so does PrusaSlicer. I really need this for an up and coming project. When Is cura getting the ability to adjust CONTROLABLY variable changing layer hegihts?

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Posted (edited) · When are we getting variable layer height?

Cura already has variable layer height. But apparently, you want manually controllable variable layer height. It helps to be specific in your title.

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Posted · When are we getting variable layer height?

Suppose you want the first 20 layers to be .2 layer height, and the rest of the print to be 0.3. done. Simple and clean. What so hard to understand? It's a pretty straightforward setting to have. Adaptive layering is straight up not the same you can't compare those two

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