Excellent!! Thank you for the Honeycomb infill tip
I make many electronic/gizmo boxes and, if venting is needed, I add holes (in the model). But, now I’ll start using honeycomb infill.
Wish it could be done on side walls (as part of the the box) instead of separately then, pieced together.
I made the attached as a quick test - showing Two models (each with a separate print process) to demonstrate putting a Logo/etc in the Honeycomb - the base and the center/text-logo are separate models:
1 - Text and dumb logo
2 - Honeycomb filled base
Normally, my box walls/Top/Btm are 2mm thick but, this part is 5mm as I wasn’t sure how strong the honeycomb would be. And, I wasn’t looking for good quality text - only something representative for quick test… But, it turned out Great!
(note: my approach to separate models is a great way to include screw bosses in the field of the honeycomb - that way, the boss walls are thick enough for tap threading/etc through the ability to include shells).
Yes - it is strong enough to do this on thin parts.