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  1. Hi. Thanks for this implementation. It's now OK with Scharz D infill (with Gradient type 2D). Is it possible in a future release to add an option to disable retraction only in the infill, for don't need to use anymore "join the infill" (gain of time and avoid the infill impact the skin) ? Thanks again for your job !
  2. @bagel-orb Hi. My results are that this infill is very fast and strong. The straight lines change of direction (rotation of 90°). I don't doing some pressure tests but I think is rigid like gyroid. Note that with the Cura master version you can set the infill vertical scaling.
  3. Hi, I print mechanicals objects and I'm working on a project of blocks of construction for houses who needs this kind of infill. Anyway even if I print a character or a little piece, I would prefer use this kind of infill for his speed ans his strong.
  4. Hello, I'm testing your last Cura master with Schwarz D infill and it's the best I've got tryied. Gyroid was good but this one is better for mechanical and really faster. And your others options are very great and convenient. I hope Ultimaker uses your work. Thanks a lot !
  5. Hello. I've got the project of modify my printer (homemade with Duet wifi board) to an IDEX system. Your script is for what version of Cura ? Cura 3.x, 4.0, or BCN3D Cura. Sorry for my english I'm french.
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