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Posted · Infill layers start position

I'm having this problem, I want the infil to always start at the edge of the part, so that it is a continuous print.

But I dont think there's a setting for that.


In this example I'm printing with zero Top and Bottom layers, and I'm using line infill at 60% for that (better see through with transparent filament)

The problem is that I want all layers to be printed from the edge (as is top and bottom). If not there will be some diferences on the printed part (see photo)


Is it possible to do this??

Os is it possible to print Top and Bottom layers at a different density than 100%?




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Posted · Infill layers start position

Just set wall width to zero.  And infill to 100%.  I'm pretty sure that's what you want.  Try it and look at layer view.


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