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Software cura 2.7: ¿Bug filling TPU?

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¿Hay un bug en el relleno cuando seleccionamos TPU?

Realmente si seleccionas el relleno 100%, si te lo hace. Si seleccionas cualquier densidad de relleno menor, no se corresponde con el resultado final.

Is there a bug in the padding when we select TPU?

Really if you select 100% fill, if you do. If you select any lower fill density, it does not match the final result.

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If 100% is working correctly and filling 100%, but any lower infill looks sparse or stringy, then you may have your print speed set too high.

If its like S3D, then 100% infill speed is printed at Top/Bottom speed, whereas lower infill percentages are printed at full speed. And for TPU, that may be too fast.

So try lowering the infill speed to your top/bottom speed.

Just a WAG.

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