You'll always find some stuff that cannot be done just by editing the g-code, here's one example of something I'd like to do : print parts with low infill (5% for example) and have one layer with denser infill (20% for example) to hold the next top/bottom layer, especially when there are holes in a top/bottom layer. Ok, this one is not best example as it can be done through processes, but this is a boring job that currently has to be done by hand and that could be automated, but not editing the g-code. And it gets even more complicated when you get tons of processes (when you have top layers at multiple different heights, also when you want to make one change to all processes, you have to edit them all one by one !!!)tenaja wrote:Most things can be done with a post processing script. All of the settings are at the top of the file, so unless you actually need to modify the STL (which can be done before importing), many things can be accomplished with a simple text editor (automated, of course).