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je constate que pour des pièces imprimées avec Cura, les surfaces du dessus, sont mieux remplie que sous Simplify3D. J'ai vu dans Cura, qu'il y a un paramétrage qui permet une superposition de 15% (du moins c'est ce que j'ai compris). Je ne retrouve pas ce paramètre dans Simplify3D. La différence se sont des surfaces de dessus dont les filaments sont mieux collés et le rendu est plus jolie.

Est ce que quelqu'un saurait me dire si c'est possible d'avoir quelque chose de comparable sous Simplify3D ?



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Simplify3D includes a settings that allows you to adjust the strength of the bond between the perimeter outlines and the infill. This setting is called the “Outline overlap” and determines how much of the infill will overlap with the outline to join the two sections together. This setting can be found by going to “Edit Process Settings” and selecting the Infill tab. The setting is based on a percentage of your extrusion width, so that it easily scales and adjusts for different nozzle sizes. For example, if you are using a 20% outline overlap, it means that the software will instruct the printer so that the infill overlaps with 20% of the inner-most perimeter. This overlap helps to ensure a strong bond between the two sections. As an example, if you were previously using an outline overlap of 20%, try increasing that value to 30% to see if the gaps between your perimeters and infill disappear.

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ce paramètre je l'avais bien vu.

Moi je parlais d'un constat pour les parties supérieures (ou inférieur) dans l'intérieur. Les lignes parallèles de filament, semblent moins bien jointes sous simplify que sous Cura. Ca fait plus étalé sous Cura. C'est pas non plus une passoire.

Je vais tenter de faire une photo pour montrer la différence.

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