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different region 's setting in same part

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Posted · different region 's setting in same part

hi everyone

is it possible , for the same part, to have different settings ?

like slicing with 0,3mm on the right of the part and 0,1 on the left (imagine a 2 half sphere for example)

it will be interresting for specifical region which need to be more precise

thanks

fabrice

 

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Posted · different region 's setting in same part

No, not right now. Something like that is planned for future versions but it might take a while.

 

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Posted · different region 's setting in same part

I'm working on this, however, for layer-height, it's 1 setting for the whole model, even with this new code (different layer heights within the same model is just too complex for the code right now)

 

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