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Posted (edited) · Support interface isn't consistent.

So I am trying to optimize supports by testing exstensively, and when I use regular supports in cura (With a customized support test), the support interface is beautiful.

(with a zig-zag pattern, a brim on the bottom, and 100% support interface density.)




But when I use tree supports with only the wall line count (from 0 to 1) and the setting which toggles tree supports on, I for some reason get this janky looking support interface that I don't want when I test with my supports.




I'm really trying to get the tree support interface of the tree supports to be the same as the regular support interface.

Please help I can't figure out what to do.


Edited by doomer671
Didn't finish what I wanted to say.
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