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Hi;

Had my ultimaker for a week now, Could not be more pleased with it !

A quick question........

Picture printing 2 cubes one larger than the other ontop of each other, Like a sugar cube on a box of matches....

Is there a way to improve the top layer on the bottom cube..? The top cube top layer always seems better..?

 

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Would you mind adding a picture of the case to solve? There are so many things that can be going on...

There are no special case for the "real" top of a print. Any part that is getting toward the surface gets the required top/bottom shell thickness.

Is the top of the bottom cube completely closed or is it hollow under the top cube? Its pretty hard to stop a layer in mid air if there is no support under it.

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