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Colorfabb Ht Clear relleno en la misma dirección.

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Hola a todos:

Estoy probando el ht clear y la verdad es que es espectacular. Estoy imprimiendo al 100 por cien de relleno, pero necesito que se imprima en la misma dirección y no en forma de "X" para que cada pasada se imprima justo encima de la otra y así conseguir más transparencia. Hay algún método, que no sea girando la pieza 45 grados? Un saludo!

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La verdad es que no conozco ninguna forma de que siempre se mueva en la misma dirección, ya que el relleno, por defecto, va en diferentes direcciones entre capas para darle más rigidez. La semana pasada estuve en el Additive Manufacturing Show en Amsterdam y vi algunas piezas, todas impresas con 100% de relleno en dos direcciones y el resultado seguía siendo impresionante.

Comparte alguna foto del resultado, así vemos lo bien que queda, y con suerte se nos ocurre alguna forma de ver como mejorar la transparencia.

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