Vicky@Raise3D wrote:Have you saved the .data files of the previous problem files. We may can dig out the settings from there.
I did not save any of it, only checked it in the preview.
But I saved my complete user-data directory and some more before I allowed windows to flush everything.
So I just restored the profile I was testing with.
I can not find the printer settings, where are these stored?
So I just assigned my restored profile to that same "new printer" as that "New Template1" I quickly clicked together.
And the preview still leaves the wall hollow.
I then made some quick adjustments to that new profile to make it more similar to my old one.
This one still comes out with Infill in the wall.
.Gcode and .data is attached.
Oh, I just went thru it one last time to catch different settings and found the one that triggers it.
I set Infill Pattern Type to Rectilinear in my old profile and it was set to Grid by default.
When I set my old profile to Grid I get Infill in the preview.
When I set the new profile to Rectilinear to wall is hollow.
And now that I look at it again, with 25% Infill I see zig-zag lines.
At first in a amount totally plausible for 25% Infill.
But how is that even possible?
This is 2mm thick wall with 4 lines of 0.4 mm width each.
The walls should overlap a bit but the extrusion width already should be a bit wider than the nozzle.
In any case there should be no more of a gap than a single extrusion width.
Yet the preview shows this short segments that are not was wide as the gap.
What does Ideamaker really calculate with the extrusion width setup?
The resultiing extrusion width should be a result of several factors such as flow-rate, speed, nozzle-width and distance to the surface.