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Ich möchte Für Schulungszweck Teile ausdrucken in diesem mann das innnenleben von gedruckten teilen sieht und das es den Schülern klar wird was für eine einfluss der Füllung auf Druckzeiten zb hat

hat Jemand so eine druck vorlage mit 20 30 50 100%

Danke

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Hi Ho

Dafür brauchst du keine Druckvorlage.

Nimm einfach einen Würfel, stelle dein Infill ein und stelle Gehäuse-->Obere/untere Dicke auf 0. Dadurch kannst du dass Infill sehen, weil keine Deck/Grundfläche gedruckt wird.

Liebe Grüsse

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Damit der Druck sicher auf der Druckbettplatte klebt und sich nicht ablöst (könnte z.B. eine Rolle spielen, wenn man auf ein UM2GO ohne beheiztes Druckbett druckt ;) ) empfiehlt es sich, einen soliden Brim dabei zu drucken.

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