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combing + always retract ?

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hello, i didn't find a way to use combing option and always retract on travel,

so i have an object where the surface need to be clean, but i see all the travel line on it :(

if i don't use combing, it's perfect but as it not avoid hole anymore i sightly have more stringing on it.

so for me combing + always retract will be the perfect solution.

 

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hi myself, you should read the forum

 

:lol:

Yes. But I agree it would be nice if Cura had an option instead of having to use the plugin. Is this a top layer? Bottom layer? There are other solutions for top or bottom layer that makes it even more perfect but the plugin is a good option.

 

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top layer,

i read about print a small full layer on the top and clean the edges by hand.

but already when i had to remove a brim i never had clean edge :(

so i guess this method is not for me.

if you have other method , let me know

thks

 

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