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Printing 2 identicle parts - Cura builds different support ?

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Hi All

I have noticed on more than one occasion now, when I am printing duplicate`s of the same item ( in this latest instance just 2 pieces ), the Brim created by Cura has slight differences.

Now this has not caused me any issues, apart from slight confusion as to why it does this.

The only difference on the two items being printed was their orientation on the build base.

Does this happen to anyone else... or just me :???:


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