Infill Transitioning

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    Jarrod Selsmark

    This is really great work guys. With Chroma calculating what it can use for infill, is it possible to breakout those values so you could tweak the infill percentage a bit higher on the model to maximise the infill purge usage? 

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    Sean Lewis

    I was trying to experiment with this feature, but no matter what I did the same amount of filament was projected for use in Chroma. How do you get this feature to work? I'm using Slic3r prusa edition with a Mk2.5

    Nevermind, in this page: https://mosaicmanufacturing.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002756094?input_string=infill+transition

    they say Slic3r does is not supported. 

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    Ramon Schweizer

    Jonny

    did you get working it with Simplify3D? Because I set all checkboxes in Chroma, but so far, no print got an infilled transition. Did I forget anything else?

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    Jonny Yeu

    Infill transitioning would depend on the model as there needs to be enough room inside the model to transition properly. Which model are you using with this option?

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    Ramon Schweizer

    It's this for example: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3115235

     

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    Jonny Yeu

    Thanks, Ramon. Depending on how you position this print, Infill Transitioning should be possible. If you lay the Mosaic logos flat on the bed, this should provide enough area for your Palette and printer to transition.

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