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Old 01-14-2020, 06:00 AM
dremu dremu is offline
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Originally Posted by heartless View Post
not sure what you are using for printer and/or software, but I can set fill density from 0% all the way to 100%. Granted, i rarely use 100%, as I have found that around 75% is usually plenty, but the option is there if I want it.
Sorry, that was a gross oversimplification for those who aren't familiar with printers My experience is that folks assume, based on what they see on TV, that they would get a solid plastic piece suitable for making guns to pass through metal detectors (rolls eyes.)

Been using a Flashforge clone of a Makerbot for some time, using either their software or MakerWare (which I know is cheesy, but it's quick and simple) and then lately a bigger Qidi, whose software uses Cura as the slicer AFAIK.

I don't think I've ever gone much over maybe 40% except for the flexible filament when I did the wheel chocks, and yeah, those were like 80%.

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