Now I have Anycubic i3 mega with a 0.2 mm nozzle. And there are no problems with printing terrain or monsters. But there are problems with the figures of characters.
How do you arrange the model and supports when you print figures for example on a 28mm scale?
What kind of program for the preparation of the models do you use, and how do you customize the supports?
And is it worth to divide the models into parts for better printing, for example to separate hands?
Perhaps somewhere there are articles and manuals about this topic. But unfortunately I could not find it.
Thank you in advance for your advice.
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