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Step 16 Input an interpolation factor; about 2 produces noticeably clearer images. Input the thickest and thinnest points of the sample and the angle of change between these to add a thickness ramp. The thickest and thinnest points should correspond to the actual sample thickness and the angle of the ramp is in degrees from the positive y direction, between -180 and 180 degrees. An angle of 45 degrees here corresponds to a thickest point in the lower left corner and thinnest point in the upper right corner of the sample
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