So I have these large objects that need printed. They take along time and I want to save time on infill.
Hoping someone can suggest something better than what I'm thinking.
If need at least a small bit of infill because the top is solid and flat so it needs something to print on. So I can do like 1% or .5% infill and just get a couple support walls basically and that's plenty.
The problem if I choose two infill angles then the walls don't work so well since they don't have solid material to print on every layer.
But then when it gets to the top layer the layer still runs the same direction so only the 1% has support to print on and there are big sags.
What I really want is the 1% infill with just one layer but then when it gets to the top to switch to +90 degress so it can print across the infill bridges instead of lined with.
So I know I can of course use multiple processes and switch the infill direction for the 2nd process at the top... but you all know how annoying and time consuming that is when I have a bunch of models to print and have to slice them all, figure out the correct heights then go back and adjust the processes and reslice etc.
Anyone have a better idea? This almost makes me need to use a different slicer that can do hex or triangle or anything else infill.