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Looking over the tutorial I think I may make this, however having to change the nozzle diameter and extrusion width because you didn't make your standoffs thick enough seems like an odd band-aid. Why not just increase the size of the thickness of the standoffs so that they can be printed with standard print settings? Is there an advantage to the way you did it?