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Does changing Filament size or Flow rate have the same effect

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I just wanted to check.. If I am using 1.75 filament, but specified the filament diameter as SMALLER this would cause over-extrusion.

But equally, if increase the flow% it would have the same effect.

Does the Fillament Diameter feature and Floew% do exactly the same job? Or are they different.

I just want to find out as I am planning to do some experiments with 'flow' to try and improve the situation I am suffering with, and I just wanted to find out whether these 2 settings basically do the same thing.

Jon

 

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Odd.. How did i end up with 2 threads i went back to edit the title and it seems to have created a 2nd thread....

This

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/8506-anyone-got-any-tips-for-printing-when-the-first-layer-has-lots-of-tiny-part/

I dont for a second think it will help but i want to explore, and jst wanted to confirm whether the 2 options did anything differently,

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