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graham-melbourne

Top Layers

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Hi all,

I have moved from Sli3r to Cura(latest version) and am liking the added flexibility.

One thing that is currently letting my prints down in Cura is the top layer. The layer is neat however I'm struggling getting a smooth finish - in Slic3r I could change the top solid infill to 90% which gives a great surface layer finish.

Please can anyone advice if the is a similar option in Cura ?

Thanks in advance.

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