Could you show a sketch of what you want? I don't understand your description.
- If your surface is "broken up" it sounds like you are describing "pillowing". Google that on this forum (you can tell google to only search this site using "site:" as in "site:ultimaker.com")
- You can use a second mesh (second STL) to change infill density (zero infill is a density of zero) in select areas of your model.
- There are many other ways to do what I *think* you *might* be trying to say but I'm not sure what you are trying to say. For example for the original poster I would model the supports in cad.
Hi I have the same problem is there an answer to this issue. I have a surface and a infill area that I need to print in the same print. I have tried surface on both but the surface Is very broken up but the infill is perfect? If I use surface only my surface is perfect, but I have no infill, therefore no strength where I need it. How do I get both to work. My drawings wall thickness is 0.4mm and my infill is set to 10%.
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