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Hole bottom shape
Blind holes seem to always have a conical floor (end?) which is probably totally appropriate in "real" drilled holes. But of course in 3D printed parts, this means the slicer doesn't "cap" the bottom of the hole with "top" layers (and of course take longer to print than a single planar layer). Is there a way to set this?