xnaron wrote: ↑
Wed Oct 14, 2020 10:16 pm
I put it on my google drive
What cases this squiggly wall on the 3dbenchy. Infill is set to 0%. See attached profile.
For some reason S3D is adding some infill for top/bottom layers on the inside of overhangs pretty fast.
You can change the amount of top/bottom layers and/or extrusion width/perimeter count to see some differences:
There's so many perimeters and so much overlap, I wonder why those parts of solid infill need to be there. On some
objects this can add a lot of print time without real benefits...