Hello, I can never find what i want in the S3D forum and if i do, its something that does not work currently so i thought id ask here as someone may have hit this already... I am trying to perfect PETG. When i say perfect, stop being a pain in the .... In S3D you have the First layer hight option. Brilliant. use it all the time for various materials... The problem comes with the second layer and following layers... Lets say i am printing at 0.2mm layers and i have my first layer hight set to 90% The first layer is squished by 10%, great! The second layer starts 0.2mm above the last layer, so this is also squished by 10%. Not good. Am i going mad or should the second layer start at Z0.200 not Z0.180 as it does. So to re-iterate. 0.2mm layers. Layer 1 starts at Z0.180 Layer 2 starts at Z0.380 So First layer hight is not just first layer hight it is all layer hights starting with layer 1. Is there a way to have layer 1 90% of the later hight then layer 2 resume printing where layer 2 should be, in this case Z0.400? So what i want is for 0.2mm layers. Layer 1 starts at Z0.180 Layer 2 starts at Z0.400 Layer 3 starts at Z0.600 and so on. Is this possible? Is this is possible in S3D? Is this possible in any other slicer? I was wondering why all my PETG prints sucked and this would be why. Im sure other materials are more forgiving and i know they are to a point but this may explain why i always have had nozel rubbing my prints and often fail as S3D does not not what it says on the tin, instead it is implementing a Z offset for the entire print not just the first layer.