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Support Strategy, Creatr 2.1

Hi Everyone, What support method do you use when printing your 3D Models. My printer before this was a Dremel and it used kinda of like a Tree Trunk / Branch structure to support lips and overhangs on objects being created. I find that when using the "Support" option in Support Strategy it does not preview the Support Structure correctly and it appears VERY wasteful. Any thoughts?
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Are you sure the support structures are enabled in your profile?

Also make sure to select the support profile before you preview the gcode.

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