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Thanks for reply!

Option no 3 worked! , to have smaller wall thickness than the rib. But I want to have thicker walls..

I want to avoid more infill cause I will do a lot of this parts and as it is now it will take over 20hours


Euhmm Option 4.. :idea:

I made myself a test piece once. starting with Ribs of 1mm, down to 0.2.

As I recall Strange things happening In Cura. You might be lucky, adding a tenth of a mm. It might show the Ribs when you set a thickness of ex. 1.9mm. It might show the lines in cura, but no guarantee if and how it prints :shock: .

Option 5,

Leave out the Rib and Use Glue?


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