Hi all - I'm printing an assortment of hollow models, 2 - 4 outline layers thick. They're required to be hollow, thus printing them at 0% infill. The outside surface of the print is coming out just fine, but as this will be used as a mold of sorts, I'm actually only concerned with the quality of the inside of the print. The problem is, if "Bottom Solid Layers" is set to anything other than 0, those extra layers appear on the inside of the mold and destroy the inside surface detail, but printing without bottom solid layers will of course lead to lots of big gaps in the print. I was hoping that setting the Outline Direction option to "Outside-In" would solve my problem, but no luck.
Is there anyway to print hollow (0% infill) prints with a clean, detailed inside surface to be used as a mold (even if it means the outside surface will be messed with). Hopefully this question makes sense. Thanks!
(btw, I'm trying to avoid the route of printing a mold as a big cube with the object subtracted as a hollow cavity inside of the cube, so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!)