Has anyone tried running two different size nozzles on a dual head?
For example, putting a “course” 0.8mm nozzle on one head while running a “fine” 0.35mm nozzle on the other head.
The 0.8mm would lay down the bulk of the print, (like infills, and thick sections, etc.,) while the 0.35mm would just do the fine details.
Has anyone tried this?
In theory, it seems like it would offer the benefit of fine detail without paying the penalty of greatly increased print time. You might even figure out a way to tell the slicer to run the fine nozzle layers in some multiple (2x or 3x) of the course nozzle layer. Could possibly speed up 3D print time as much as 10 fold if you optimized the process. You could certainly increase the print quality a great deal.
Just a thought…