5.1.3.4 Solid Fill

(1) Top and Down Solid Part:

Bottom Solid Fill Layers refers to the number of solid layers at the bottom of the model.

Top Solid Fill Layers refers to the number of solid layers at the top of the model.

Bottom Solid Fill Speed refers to the printing speed for solid bottom layers.

Top Solid Fill Speed refers to the printing speed for solid top layers.

Bottom Solid Fill Flowrate refers to the flow rate of printing the interior of the solid part at the bottom of the model.

Top Solid Fill Flowrate refers to the flow rate of printing the interior of the solid part at the top of the model.

Top Solid Fill Pattern Type refers to the infill pattern for the solid layers at the top of the model.

Bottom Solid Fill Pattern Type refers to the infill pattern for the solid layers at the bottom of the model.


Figure 5.35: Select a Solid Fill Pattern Type depending on the model type.


Figure 5.36: Set "Top Solid Fill Patter Type” to be “Lines”.


Figure 5.37: Set “Top Solid Fill Pattern Type” to be “Rectilinear”.


Figure 5.38: Set “Top Solid Fill Pattern Type” to be “Concentric”.


Bottom Solid Fill Extrusion Width Percentage refers to the percentage of solid bottom layers extrusion width. For example: If your extrusion width is 0.4mm, and you set this value to 120% then the solid bottom layers extrusion width is 0.48mm.

Top Solid Fill Extrusion Width Percentage refers to percentage of solid top layers extrusion width. For example: If your extrusion width is 0.4mm, and you set this value to 120% then the solid top layers extrusion width is 0.48mm.


Solid Fill Outline Shells refers to the number of outline shells in at the solid fill layer to avoid solid fill layer collapse.

Figure 5.39: Set “Solid Fill Outline Shells” to be 2.


Solid Fill Minimal Width refers to the minimal extrusion width of the printing solid fill structures. With this function enabled, you can avoid some jagged solid lines as Figure 5.341.

Figure 5.40: Set “Solid Fill Minimal Width” to be 0.8 mm.


Figure 5.41: Set “Solid Fill Minimal Width” to be 0 mm.


Use Gap Filling for Failing Solid Part refers that with this function enabled the failed solid part will be filled with the selected solid fill pattern type.


(2) Top and down Solid Fill Angle

Top and down Solid Fill Angle refers that you can define the direction of each layer of the top and down solid fill structure. If you add 30, 60, 90deg, the angle of the first layer of top and down solid fill structure will be 30deg.The second layer will be 60deg. The third layer will be 90deg. The forth layer will be back to 30deg and the angle of the following layers changes in the order.

Angle refers to the directional angle of top and down solid fill structure.

Add Infill Angle refers to adding a value.

Remove Infill Angle refers to removing the selected value.


(3) Top Surface Solid Fill

Top Surface Solid Fill Layers refers to the number of the surface solid layers at the top of the model.

Top Surface Solid Fill Flowrate refers to the flow rate of printing the interior of the surface solid part at the top of the model.

Top Surface Solid Fill Pattern Type refers to the infill pattern for the surface solid layers at the top of the model.


Figure 5.42: Three types of "Top Surface Solid Fill Pattern" Type.


Figure 5.43: Set "Top Surface Solid Fill Pattern Type" to be "Lines".


Figure 5.44: Set "Top Surface Solid Fill Pattern Type" to be "Rectilinear".


Figure 5.45: Set "Top Surface Solid Fill Pattern Type" to be "Concentric".


Top Surface Solid Fill Extrusion Width Percentage refers to percentage of solid top surface layers extrusion width. For example: If your extrusion width is 0.4mm, and you set this value to 120% then the solid top surface layers extrusion width is 0.48mm.


(4) Bottom Surface Solid Fill

Bottom Surface Solid Fill Layers refers to the number of the surface solid layers at the bottom of the model.

Bottom Surface Solid Fill Flowrate refers to the flow rate of printing the interior of the surface solid part at the bottom of the model.

Bottom Surface Solid Fill Pattern Type refers to the infill pattern for the surface solid layers at the bottom of the model.

 

Figure 5.46: Three types of "Bottom Surface Solid Fill Pattern" Type.


Figure 5.47: Set "Bottom Surface Solid Fill Pattern Type" to be "Lines".


Figure 5.48: Set " Bottom Surface Solid Fill Pattern Type " to be "Rectilinear".


Figure 5.49: Set " Bottom Surface Solid Fill Pattern Type " to be "Concentric".


Bottom Surface Solid Fill Extrusion Width Percentage refers to percentage of solid bottom surface layers extrusion width. For example: If your extrusion width is 0.4mm, and you set this value to 120% then the solid bottom surface layers extrusion width is 0.48mm.

Figure 5.50: The Solid Fill tab.


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