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Seam confusion 5.3.0 and 5.2.1


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Posted · Seam confusion 5.3.0 and 5.2.1

Hi @moschidreamer,

 

As far as I'll know, this is not a "seam" line, but a "start" line.

The "seam" line is a line where the height are adjusted and there is no color showing this in Cura.

The "start" line can even be inside the object, but Cura will still show it (can be turned off).

However, in the first picture, the marking in the right corner is something, -but impossible to see well.

Never used Prusa slicer.

 

Thanks

Torgeir

 

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    Posted · Seam confusion 5.3.0 and 5.2.1

    All walls begin at the white points shown in both cura versions. With the same settings I get good startings in old version but bad startings (I call it seam) in the new version. some startings on no sharp corner in the wall in the new version. Strange.

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    Posted · Seam confusion 5.3.0 and 5.2.1

    This is why I set it the most time to my own preference ("User Specified"). Gives me mostly less hassle between versions and mostly better and repeatable results (at least felt like).

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