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Hello Jan, Sorry for the long delay in replying. I do not visit 3dcults very often. My advice for Globe-B would be to remove all support until you reach a 45 degree angle up to the globe sphere. Below 45 degree you should not need supports. Above 45 degrees you will need support. I usually ensure that there is not more than 4mm between supported material. So, no more than 4mm between one support and the next support.


I've recently bought and downloaded your model GLOBE-B and I have some difficulties with preparation of print. Could you please provide me some advice regarding the supports and other settings what you used for correct printing? It is going to be quite slow as my slicer added a lot of supports and also a lot of filament will be used.

Thanks and Best Regards,