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Posted · First infill then walls?

Hello,

on my last print i noticed that my UM2 is printing first the infill then the walls at new layers. is this a option or? It happened for first time.

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Posted · First infill then walls?

this is really not good.... first the lines from infill are shown on the walls and second the nozzle is bouncing on the cooled down palstic. If there is a need for this then make it like a option to turn off or on.

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Posted · First infill then walls?

I like it a lot. Now the outer perimeter has much better surface quality without the little "blobs"

Why you should see the infill lines? Normally the infill only overlap 15% the inner wall.

There is no different whether the infill is done before or after the perimeter. While combing the nozzle will cross the infill.

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