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This issue matters to me as I'm trying to test the impact of assorted print variants. One variation we want to test is on differing infill patters.


As far as I can see the most recent details of what the various infill patterns consist of is on https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/20416-infill .


These are now outdated, The options in 3.3.1. are more numerous and at least one of the older names (tetrahedral) has disappeared.


Where can I find an updated explanation of the various infill patterns? ..... and which of these patterns should give strongest tensile strength?



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