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I want the fastest print and fastest way to have a strong test piece. Can the gyroid pattern be aplied to the skin?

This texture wil provide good 'teeth' for whatever I want to use for a coating.

Thanks 

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Posted · Gyroid Shell

There is an example of this below. But basically, use the 'Infill Overlap' to make the infill poke out. It is not implemented with the Gyroid just yet, but, is on its way, I would assume.

InfillExpansion.thumb.jpg.86c69c3ed6fa426f74b089d1b70246ad.jpg

 

A. Regular Infill settings

 

B. Infill poking out of walls using 'Infill Overlap.' Hilited to show its location.

 

C. Using gyroid with same 'Infill Overlap' showing no change.

 

It will get there soon though.

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4 hours ago, kmanstudios said:

There is an example of this below. But basically, use the 'Infill Overlap' to make the infill poke out. It is not implemented with the Gyroid just yet, but, is on its way, I would assume.

InfillExpansion.thumb.jpg.86c69c3ed6fa426f74b089d1b70246ad.jpg

 

A. Regular Infill settings

 

B. Infill poking out of walls using 'Infill Overlap.' Hilited to show its location.

 

C. Using gyroid with same 'Infill Overlap' showing no change.

 

It will get there soon though.

Good to know. I'll see what I can do with that.  Heres my earlier talks before I was reminded of the term, gyroid. 'Lattice' comes to mind as well. Thanks for the info. Rob

https://community.ultimaker.com/topic/25466-making-gaps-in-filament-for-epoxy/?tab=comments#comment-226483

 

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