I’m one of the exited Ultimaker² buyers. I am following the development of Ultimaker for quite a while and always thought, once I would by a 3D printer it should be an Ultimaker. I really love their philosophy.
I have two questions related to infill:
- Wouldn’t it be good to use a kind of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitruncated_cubic_honeycomb as infill? Structurewise it should be one of the strongest solutions in relation to the material used.
- Did anybody realised cracks in there hollow structures based on barometric pressure changes during air travel, in the mountains or on their model aircraft build out of 3D printed components?
I’m looking forward to become a part of your amazing community.
Above 25% Cura does infill lines in only 1 direction per layer.
Below 25% Cura does infill lines in both directions in each layer, making stable squares.
So below 25% it does put in 25% infill, but because it's doing lines on both directions the distance between the lines is bigger then with above 25%.
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