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Let's discuss how using different nozzle sizes can make a big..or little...difference
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Suggested by Izzy, thank you!

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Imho this category is far too specialized to justify making a category for it. Why not call this category "tip & tricks" or something, and make "using different nozzle sizes" a topic inside that category?

I doubt you want to make a forum category for every kind of "trick" that we come up with ;)

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Blame Izzy :)

But it was his suggestion and I wanted to see what sort of posts it would generate. I am really curious how the bigger print nozzles work

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Blaming Izzy, baaaad Izzy!!! :evil: :evil:

:-D

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:roll: Lol, I'm a responsible person, if it's gone wrong I'm usually responsible :roll:

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