drewbacca wrote: Another cool software feature I stumbled on was from Uniz, they allow you to have multiple layer thickness ranges across a single part
That feature makes no sense unless you're printing one item at a time. What if you have different types of items, and don't want such thicknesses on specific models? Seems like they didn't think it through. Maybe can only work for the bases and bottom of supports until you reach the models.
I actually see a lot of usefulness to the feature. It wont be limited to one item at a time but rather one item type at a time. Lets say you have a ring that has a simple plain shank design but a complicated design around the stone setting and prongs. If one was to use a full platform of the same rings (lets say 8) then, in practice, he would be able to print the shank at a speedier 50 micron layer yet still have the precision of the 25 microns for the top of the rings. This would cut the print time while without showing a noticeable difference in print quality.
Or as you said a one off item. I can definitely put that feature to good use.