I'm a fairly new 3d printer, and new user of Simplify3D.
I am trying to print some rc autogyro blades end on, on an ender 3. Its basically a small airfoil. I have to keep the weight right down, so I'm printing with a single layer shell and 5% infill (full honeycomb). I found that by moving the part around on the bed, I could optimise the position of the infill in the airfoil.
It was a bit of a pain, but if it had to be done.............. and made te part much stronger!!!
I then added another part , and when I sliced it, I found that the infill in the original airfoil had moved and was no longer optimal.
So the position(offset) of the infill in the original airfoil had moved, even though the part was in the exact same position on the board.
I cannot find any way of controlling the position of the infill in Simplify3d, although I note that Cura has an Infill X and Y offset.
So my question is, exactly how is the infill position on the build board determined ? is it by the position of the part nearest to the origin ?
If I can find out how this works, I can control the position of the infill in each part.