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  1. Hi, I have recently started to sell my 3D designs and prints online - each one is custom made for a customer. In order to expand I am looking for a service to print my designs for me and ship them to the customer - so the important part is I need the service to send the part only, without the receipt. I have looked at Shapeways, 3D Hubs, and Sculpteo but they were either too expensive or insisted on shipping with the receipt. Do you have any other recommendation for services that ship at least in the US? Thanks a lot 🙂
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    Make this parts stronger

    Yeah, so I gave this file as an example to some complicated prints I'm working with, where this type of separation is not possible.
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    Make this parts stronger

    Correct me if I'm wrong but changing those settings will apply to the entire model? Thus lengthening and using more material even when not needed in other places
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    Make this parts stronger

    Hi, I would love to get your help with a problem I'm facing: I have this model that needs supports and has a thin connection to it: I want to make the connection somehow stronger so when I remove the supports I don't accidentally break it, Is there a way to set the infill for these types of connection to be higher automatically? Or any other way to do so without adding support blocker and setting it manually? Attached is the test project. Thanks! This is an amazing forum ? test.curaproject.3mf
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    Floating support

    Amazing, thanks! This can be marked as solved ?
  6. alonmln

    Floating support

    Thanks! This really was what I missed. On another note, is there a way to make it so the filling is 50% in the blade part and 20% in the handle?
  7. alonmln

    Floating support

    Hi, thanks for the response. I've attached the project file ? TT_blade.curaproject.3mf
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    Floating support

    Hi, I have sliced a model I have made, but when I look at the layer view, the infill is not consistent, and in the middle, some of it is actually floating. Shown in the attached image. I have made the model with Fusion 360, slicer settings at 0.1mm nozzle, 50% grid infill. How can I fix this? I want the infill to be 50% throughout the entire inner body. Thanks!
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