@paulette @DaniAO @west This part had issues printing without a brim when attempting to produce multiple parts, a heat gun can be used to remove the white line if it is determined to be unacceptable; however, this will introduce room for human error while post processing.
Alternatively, I believe @mbloom found a solution by adding some built in support material that allows the smaller feet to bridge the gap in between parts to prevent the high fallout we see when the part is printing the first 20 layers or so. I am attaching a stl with the modification that was shown to me.
@west currently I do not have a FreeCad fix. That one was thrown together quick and dirty with Blender so the user will need to uncheck Union Overlapping Volumes in cura for it to act as the removable support. I can see if @mbloom has a file but due to schedule differences we might not get an answer until Monday.
Would you be able to increase the thickness of the new built in support? I got the part printing well now but I feel like it would print more reliably or we would be able to get more on the bed at once if the support was 1-2 layers thicker
Could someone from MER please see where we are at with this model. Have we resolved the issue of removing one part from the next? Please let us know if you need to send additional models to test.
I believe we just need to make a change order for this. The latest slice was pushed to the testing branch of the production print folders and was within acceptable fallout and cosmetic standards.