JFettig wrote:The only way to consistently do it is to slice, check, modify, slice check modify. If you do that and it starts its first layer of a specific angle right before solid infill, it will try to bridge the solid infill all in one direction and it will turn out like a mess, I considered it a while ago. We really just need bi-directional infill on the same layer, or tri for you hexagon people.
Hmm good point. I'll have to look into that myself. I've switched back to 100% infill extrusion myself, and honestly it still look's like crap. I've completely taken apart my extruder's, cleaned, cleaned the nozzles out, etc. I will try the 200% width again, but I still don't think the infill is as good.
I really do love S3D, but I really do miss having "good, strong" infill. I also wish infill had it's own separate speed setting.
All in all though, I do still like S3D the most. Let's just hope they work on this with an update sometime.