shocksofmighty wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 10, 2019 3:09 pm
arhi wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 21, 2018 7:15 am
This is actually getting to be more and more important to me myself as for same amount of infill/strength I'm getting WAAAAAAAAAAAY faster prints as due to gyroid having the smooth curve the head can move waaaaaaaaaaay faster then with for e.g. hexagon
This actually doesn't make sense to me. Curves require directional changes which means more accelerations and deceleration. Unless you have high jerk values, I would think you should always be able to move fastest in a straight line.
I was not comparing it to same % straight lines infill but to same strength infill (whatever % is required to get same strength) ... you need lot more straight lines (more dense infill) to get same strength as with sparse gyroid hence gyroid is way faster then those denser straight line infills, or compared to other strong sparse infill like hexagon that's similar in strength for same infill % gyroid is waaaay faster then hexagon (with same acceleration/jerk settings) ...
so speed wise gyroid is champion according to my tests ...
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