Unfortunately speed is just one part of it. Extrusion override is a bit more difficult to manually calculate and it's critical to effective bridging.Rebekah_harper wrote: If you do a CTRL F in notepad and type in bridge you will find the layer containing it. then adjust the perimeter speed that precedes it. you can see the speed value for the bridge so you can use that for the perimeter.
Agreed, a lot. Thank you for contacting support directly!emkay wrote:Wow. I just created a redundant post about this and contacted support as well. Didn't know how to search for it. Can't believe this has been an issue for this long. This is an advertised feature that simply does not work. Bridging overrides are only half implemented if they don't adjust perimeters as well. This has been driving me crazy for a while trying to find out why regardless of overrides, the overhangs were terrible. Only discovered by setting the whole part to the settings that bridging was supposed to. Needless to say, that's not a workaround since it negatively affects the whole print.
Essentially, no matter what part of the bridging feature you use, we'll still end up with issues for however many perimeters are chosen. Even more significant for areas with many perimeters and little infill. We have no way of getting good bridging there. Simplify3D, please fix this. I'm sure this has to be a high priority item since it's a major feature that's not just broken, but was never actually finished/implement fully.