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Bones have a very light and stong infill. The density decreases from outside to inside. Maybe there is an existing mathematical function, which describes this infill.

And by the way, cura is great. I am using it since Ultimaker2. 3.6 is no longer working on my (CNC) Macbook OS 10.9 that makes me a little sad.

Have great¬†ChristmasHolidays ūüźĶ


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Posted · Christmas WHISHES BoneStructureInfill

Good news!  Cura has this feature.  It's called "gradual infill steps".  Try this:

infill pattern: lines

infill density: 50%

gradual infill steps 4

infill step height 1.5


That gives you this:





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