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Hi everybody,

I am responsible for 3D prints in my new job but i have pretty much none experience in this area. I have reached accettable prints quality on my own, but i have a question i can't find answer for. As on the photos below the inner and outer walls are not printed one after another, but the nozzle goes through the inside area multiple times. I want to change it so that it starts outside, makes all the concentric lines, then goes inside, makes the inside lines and then infil (perfectly as continous line). I tried the outer walls before inner and few other options but nothing helped. Is there an option that would help me? Also second question - is it possible that the noozle will not go through the printed walls when finishing moves but in Z axis instead? It causes many little 'blobs' on the wall surface that i want to get rid of. I use cura 4.10 slicer.
Thanks in advance for every tip. 





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