As I understand it, the “first layer gab” can be used to reduce the connection between raft and first layer.
But why is there - as you can see in the picture below - a gap underneath AND ABOVE the first layer?
Observed using Z-Suite 2 (184.108.40.206 as well as 220.127.116.11 BETA)
Application version: 18.104.22.168 Estimated print time: 0h 34m Material usage: 1.84m (4g) Printer: Zortrax M200 Plus Profile: Last settings Support type: Automatic Support: 30° Material: Z-ULTRAT Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm Layer: 0.14 mm Quality: High Infill: 30% Fan speed: Auto Seam: Normal Outer contours: 0.00 Holes: 0.00 Contour-infill gap: 0.00 Surface layers Top: 8 Surface layers Bottom: 4 Support Lite: No Smart bridges: Yes Max. wall thickness: 3.13 mm First layer Density: 100% First layer Print speed: 100% First layer Flow ratio: 100% **First layer gap: 2.00 mm** Raft Enabled: Yes Raft layers: 7 Platform-raft gap: 0.24 mm Raft Density: 100% Raft Print speed: 100% Raft Flow ratio: 100% Support Density: 3.00 mm Gap XY: 0.36