jimc wrote:As you said s3d doesnt print infill every layer but looking at your print, you have something else going on there where it looks like your stringing between. My infill looks nothing like that. I have solid extrusions for each line and looks more like the cura print. Maybe your temps are a little high or something. Thats not saying that the s3d infill wouldnt be stronger printed on each layer, just that my infill grid is solid and not broken up like in your pic.
I've learned a bunch about temperature and print speeds since I printed those examples. So I should go back and redo them. IIRC they were printed at 210C and 100 mm/sec perimiters (these were the default settings that my printer came with). I now use 190C (although this varies with the filament) and I now use about 30 mm/sec for the perimiters.