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I am using A interface support Density of 30 instead of the default 75. This helps with removing supports. I have the issue of the first layer on top of supports not printing well. Just not making a strong bond between layer lines. I an going to try to adjust the distance between the support and the m,model layer above it. Does anyone have thoughts. And a suggestion on a good setting that works for you.Thank You

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    Posted · Support issue

    Hey @Johnmgg,

     

    Do you maybe have a picture of a project file of your model?

    To save a project file go to File -> Save project.

    We can use a project file to see what kind of printer and what kind of material you are using.
    Those also help to decide what kind of Interface Support Density is good for you. 😊
    Depending on your model, maybe you don't even need a support interface 😮

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