Fill the hole by the same plastic as the printing.
Filling 20% -50 little effect on the rupture of the thin wall
Slicer should note these holes, so that during the G-code generation creates a record for filling of ready hole.
For example, I need a prototype of a water valve that will withstand water hammer. I think simple FDM will not sustain this burden on the wall.
This technology is applicable to the perimeter of the parts where there is a great effort rupture the layers.
It took me a few times to understand your suggestion, but I think I got it.
Do you mean you want to have a similar structure as reinforced concrete?
What would you use to fill up the holes?
And I assume this done in a solid print?
Do you think it is necessary? I already think 20%, maybe 50% already is very very strong.
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