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Posted · Gyroid infill looks really nice and strong



It looks like someone is experimenting with a different slicer program using gyroid infill design.  Doesn't help us but maybe this might catch on and get implemented in other slicers too.


I could even see myself using this without any surfaces in quite a few things.

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Posted · Gyroid infill looks really nice and strong

My understanding is that it's no stronger than a normal part but it's incredibly light weight and basically as strong as if it was solid infill.


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