This is exactly what I do now. I place the seam on a corner or somewhere unobtrusive. I've managed to get the seam pretty small but it's still there. At least now it's easy to hide and/or clean upjsc wrote:
- Don't use randomized start points. Better to have a seam than zits all over.
- Manually place the seam somewhere unobtrusive, generally in a corner. S3D lets you specify a coordinate where it will try to start each layer closest to. If you need to be precise, you can use a thin cylinder model, which you can place around the build plate and read off the XY coordinates.
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