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Unterschiedliche Layerhöhe in einem Druck

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Hallo zusammen,

ich möchte ein Bauteil drucken, bei dem eine hohe Detailgenauigkeit erst ab einer bestimmten Höhe erforderlich ist und würde bis dahin mit z.B. 0,15 drucken und danach mit 0,05.

Nun könnte ich ja beide G-Codes erzeugen, die passende Z-Höhe raussuchen und den Teil im Texteditor ersetzen, aber da ich die Anforderung schon oft hatte, wäre ein Plugin dafür sicherlich besser und vor allen Dingen auch sicherer...

Gibt es da evt schon was in Cura was ich übersehen habe??

Verschwitzte Grüße

Maik

 

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