sure. that makes sense. then goto the nearest point that creates the smallest gap??
maybe it "IS" doing that. I will have to check. simplify makes a FRACTION of the wisps makerbot desktop makes.
so its possible its "already optimized" Its paths which would explain why I don't see a change when I adjust the number. its already optimized.
ahhhhhh I think I figured out why it does not SEEM to be taking the optimized path to me.
I am printing the star wars shuttle with folding wings. it DOES take a path back along the folded wing but then it leaves the outline and jumps the vertical fin instead of taking the long way through the body.
but now I realize the wing it technically NOT a part of the body. its a separate components. so to the software there is already a mandatory "gap" right their when it has to leave the "wing"
so it must figure OK I am already crossing a cap I might as well take a direct route from this gap to my next print point.
its making alot more sense now that I am watching it print it more closely. I loaded the bugger up into maker desktop. whole crap would that be a wispy nightmare compared to Simplify.
so yeah I think its working just fine.