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Posted · How to setup different fillings on a model?

Hi,

i get a model from my friend to print. Hi draw that with the CAD software AutoCAD. In Cura 2.4.0 also in (2.3.1) the bolts,

here a picture,

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are not filled with material. These are two separate tubes. The Top layer is OK, and close the tubes correctly. When i use a screw, the bolts break. I also can not drill out.

Is there a way to have some parts of the model full filled?

THX

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Posted · How to setup different fillings on a model?

What settings are you using for infill and wall thickness? Can you post a picture of your Cura settings?

Wouldn't call myself an expert yet, so don't know if setting fill percentages per area of the model, so maybe someone else can jump in here?

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Posted · How to setup different fillings on a model?

Hi,

here are the settings.

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This is the high quality settings and I have nothing changed.

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Posted · How to setup different fillings on a model?

I found this video interesting and think you will like it too...

 

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Posted (edited) · How to setup different fillings on a model?

Thats cool, I tried that. For some cylinder that trick is working bat not for all cylinders. This may be dependent on the inner diameter of the cylinder. ;)

Without inFill Mesh:

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With inFill Mesh:

MXme235.png

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