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Angle setting for infill pattern

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Hi forum communities,

Hi Daid,

I'm looking for infill pattern setting, as set by default is criss-cross (45/-45 degree). How can I set the infill pattern to be like 0/90 degree, 0 degree, 90 degree? I checked the expert setting also is not available. Another thing, let say I want to print a nice small solid cylinder, say 13 mm in diameter with 26 mm height. How can I select the infill pattern also to be a circle pattern, not 45/-45 degree pattern? Any help and advice is much appreciated.

Thank you.


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for the solid part, in cura go to expert settings and choose a different infill pattern.

Well, I did tried. I want to have a circular pattern infill for my solid cylinder object, but the 1 available in the expert setting is only for non-solid object. In fact, all the settings for infill pattern in the expert setting are all for non-solid object. Maybe Cura still don't have the options yet. :|

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