or at least that's what it looks like, There are spaces between the lines and between the outer shell I really don't like and I don't know how to tweak that. Again, coming from Cura I never saw such a bottom layer printed, the lines there are always glued to each other without a space between the lines. I circled what I mean in this picture:
I was printing PLA with 5 top/bottom layers and 4 shells and a layer size of 0.1mm, but to have it stick better while printing a circle I had to increase 1st layer height to 200% and width to 110% (might've been 150% on this particular print, I'm not sure) - again something I never had (or could) do in Cura. Is this what's causing that gaps? I thought that increasing 1st layer would just print out more material but not space the lines. What I'd like is a smooth bottom without any spaces between the lines, how can I achieve that in S3D?
Looking over my previous prints I sliced with S3D - with 100% 1st Layer height - I noticed now that there are spaces between the lines too. But those were printed with clear HDGlass (PETG) so it didn't bother me. But with solid PLA it looks really bad. I've attached the FFF and factory file, hope someone can point me in the right direction.