I was reading a tutorial to make objects more solid by increasing overlap, slowing speed, and increasing extrusion by 150%. When I am doing rapid prototyping, especially with water involved, I want a 3D print to behave more like a solid injection molded part than a honeycomb-filled dainty art piece.
https://www.instructables.com/3D-Printi ... t-Contain/
Has anyone tried to do this in Simplify3D, the whole SOLID BLOCK OF PLASTIC print settings? I was impressed with the Instructable for making airtight prints. I'm not sure if there are any features specific to Simplify3D that would help me eliminate gaps within the print.
I've been a long-time Simplify 3D user, I love the simplicity of the slicer and how hard it is to screw it up when you are new to 3D printing but how flexible and powerful the software is when you want to dial in a specific change or test a setting.