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Posted · One at a time

what kind of printer?

if it is a dual head Ultimaker, you can inactivate the second nozzle, but you have this very large shadow (printhead shape).

It is better to do everything at once, you can pack them closer together, with little risk of failure. 

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    Posted (edited) · One at a time

    Sorry, I should have mentioned that! I have a few Ultimaker 2...Olsen block mod..One at a time seems to give me slightly better quality and less clean up to do afterwards....I have to make hundreds of these!!

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    Posted · One at a time

    And speed....and flow! I think that an 'over ride' for the print head shadow when using the 'print one at a time' would be a good feature....hidden of course....because these prints are so thin in the Z it is a pain to do any trimming afterwards.....I shall persevere!!!

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