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florent.b3
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Make "porous" parts

Hello,

I'm currently working on vacuum forming and molding various stuff using 3D printed shapes.
I found this document from Fortus/Stratasys ( https://mafiadoc.com/molded-fiber-prototypes-and-low-volume-production_59efad961723dd7df17bd5b7.html ) it describes an elegant slicing process to 3D print "porous" parts as follow :

Apply to even-numbered layers :
- Contour style : None
- Adjacent rasters : 0.25 mm
 
Apply to odd-numbered layers :
- Contour style : perimeter/raster
- Adjacent rasters : 2.00 mm
 
Apply to up-facing surfaces that use odd-numbered slice settings :
- Contour style: perimeter/raster
- Adjacent rasters : 0.38 mm
 
Is there a way to make prusaSlicer slice that way (in particular, apply alternate settings on layers) ?
 
Best regards,
Flo

 

Posted : 27/04/2020 1:44 pm
INNO-ALLARD
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How did it go?

 

Posted by: @florent-b3

Hello,

I'm currently working on vacuum forming and molding various stuff using 3D printed shapes.
I found this document from Fortus/Stratasys ( https://mafiadoc.com/molded-fiber-prototypes-and-low-volume-production_59efad961723dd7df17bd5b7.html ) it describes an elegant slicing process to 3D print "porous" parts as follow :

Apply to even-numbered layers :
- Contour style : None
- Adjacent rasters : 0.25 mm
 
Apply to odd-numbered layers :
- Contour style : perimeter/raster
- Adjacent rasters : 2.00 mm
 
Apply to up-facing surfaces that use odd-numbered slice settings :
- Contour style: perimeter/raster
- Adjacent rasters : 0.38 mm
 
Is there a way to make prusaSlicer slice that way (in particular, apply alternate settings on layers) ?
 
Best regards,
Flo

 

Hi @florent-b3, 

I would like to know if you succeeded to print porous moulds using PrusaSlicer. I want to mould pulp but cannot find the right settings.

Could you share them with me?

Thank you!

 

Posted : 14/10/2021 5:52 pm
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