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ich habe eine kleines Problem bezüglich des Infill's. Es geht darum in einen Bauteil nur gerade Linien zu drucken, die aufeinander aufbauen. D.h. das Infill sieht aus wie Wände die keinen Kontakt zueinander haben.

Ist es möglich ein solches Infill zu drucken, mit Cura oder ähnlichen Slicer?

Vielen Danke für die Mühe



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Wüsste nicht dass es so eine Option in einem Slicer gibt. Am einfachsten wird es sein das Modell schon direkt mit diesem "parallelen Infill" zu konstruieren und dann das Model mit 0% infill zu drucken. Vorausgesetzt das Modell ist nicht zu komplex.

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