Thank you for reply!
Understud - depending on shape, geometry and "heat flow" the shrinkage of a particular part of the model is different to anoter part of the same model - so can not be considered via just a scaling factor in cura.
So best idea would be to print it once, measure it on several points, calculate the deviation, adjust the model itself by the calculated factors and print it a second time with hopefully fitting dimensions...
Best way to compensate for it is in the 3D model. Shrinkage is a bit unpredictable and depends on the shape of the model. If you need submm accuracy you usually need to tune your model a bit. Just you need to tune an injection mold.
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