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Extremely anoying interaction between bridge settings and modifier mesh.


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Posted · Extremely anoying interaction between bridge settings and modifier mesh.

Hello everyone.

So I have spent an entire day trying to get this to work.

I have a model that i want to print.

 

The 2 requirements are, the model has to have fuzzy skin on the outside (and only outside), and it has to have very specific  and very slow bridging parameters

since i use a 0.8 nozzle with PETG.
 

 

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I want the model to have fuzzy skin on outer walls, however since the model has holes, if i click fuzzy skin on outer walls only i still get the texture on the inside.

 

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Simple solution, i make a modifier mesh, reduce X/Y size just a bit and i turn off fuzzy skin on it.

 

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And boom!


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Great!

Now all that's left to do is set the general bridging parameters.

 

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And this is the result...

If i try to use bridge settings, for some reason, it treats all the walls that are inside the modifier mesh as bridges.

My normal bridge speed is like 5mm/s meaning this model takes YEARS to print.

Ive tried using the same settings on only the modifier mesh, and the result is the same.

I tried making another modifier mesh with just bridging parameters, and it doesn't work.

I tried everything i could think off and it still detects everything inside the modifier as a bridge.

Could someone please help, Im losing my mind :).

Thank you.
 

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