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You’ll need to re-slice that and add some supports. If you are using Cura, try tree supports on that.


Once the printer is basically OK, 99% of the results come from getting the right slicer settings.


A good starting point are the Cura profiles from Chuck Hellebuyck. 



He does profiles for Prusaslicer too.

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 Cheers Chris :yes:


The cad/cura aspect is definitly the steepest learning curve for me. Just been using the general cura profiles to get started. 


Back to printing car bits now much to the kids dismay. Poor things not stopped since it's been setup :d

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Chep’s profiles are really very good. One thing he identified is the best layer heights for best results. They work too.

He’s done many youtube videos and most are helpful and I’d recommend watching some. 

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