@Faust76 Set the support width to about 1/3rd or so of the defaults and they come right off fairly smoothly. For supports to not be the same material as the base model it NEEDs a dual extruder to begin with. xD
Also they are not the same price, you can get amazon basics for cheap bulk but is lower quality.
Also with a dual extruder you can use transparent, wooden or metallic filament as well with the model alongside cheap supports, and the specialty filaments go for about 30-40+.
@TeirdalinFirefall Yeah, the ability to use two different final materials in non-horizontal slices is only reason I'd really consider dual extruder. Never forget you can generally just swap the filament mid-print, and often printing interlocking parts separately in different materials is better too, though.
@Faust76 Swapping mid print sounds like it requires absurd timing and effort considering it's still printing a layer at a time and you have to constantly stop, remove the spool, thread in a new spool, etc between every layer.
But true printing separately is a good idea but not always the best.
But then also, I rather use a $10 bulk filament as the supports instead of the $40 small spool of specialty filament.
Thanos came out pretty good although considering rigging this model I found because his positioning is kinda meh. Fortunately whoever made this model I used in the print seems to have the Thanos and chair be separate objects I think, which would make it super easy.