Just to clarify, I am not talking about infill. I have a hollow tube, printed on its side (the long way) to get the correct flex characteristics from the nylon.
The question is how to efficiently get support from the heated bed to the bottom surface of the hollow tube. It is impossible to clean any support from inside the hollow area and any debris will get in the way of a cable that must pass through.
I have been manually applying the support and manually deleting it where I don't want it (i.e. inside the tube). However, this is about a 20 minute process for one tube and I have about 100 to do. Just looking how to do it as efficiently as CURA, where you select "Support type = Touching BuildPlate".
I'd continue to use Cura, but now I'm using a Flash Forge Creator Pro printer and need to use the GPX translator to get it into X3G. I have failed many times using the GPX command line translator tool.
Besides, I really like using Simplify3D and think its amazing, however right now it is not "Simplifying" anything.