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Posted (edited) · change the density of the infill during the print on cura

Hi I am using CR-10 at the moment. A beginner. Tried to use Cura to set a particular infill for only a part of a model. Simply3D can use variable setting wizard, has Cura got something like that? I know there is per object setting, but I have to create many objects from one model. Or the swapatZ plugin? Thanks

Tom

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Posted · change the density of the infill during the print on cura

TweakAtZ should be able to do that.

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Posted · change the density of the infill during the print on cura

Isn't the best way to do this with the per object settings? And infill mesh?

I did a small tutorial about it a while ago with cura 2.6

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Posted · change the density of the infill during the print on cura
On 11/15/2017 at 11:30 AM, ahoeben said:

TweakAtZ should be able to do that.

This plugin is no longer bundled with Cura. Is there anyway to get it in there?

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Posted · change the density of the infill during the print on cura
4 minutes ago, dbantner said:

This plugin is no longer bundled with Cura. Is there anyway to get it in there?

 

Yes it is, see Extensions -> Pos processing -> Modify G-code

Ok, it is named "ChangeAtZ" now, but it has the same functionality that "TweakAtZ" had.

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Posted · change the density of the infill during the print on cura

Having said that, neither TweakAtZ nor ChangeAtZ can change infill parameters.

 

Instead, use an additional mesh to modify the infill settings using per model settings.

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