I feel like I should know the answer to this question...
The infill angle isn't usually a concern to me and so I always stick with the default 45 & 135 degree infill for solid top & bottom layers. I'm currently slicing a part that has the bottom 2 layers with 'holes' in them, then from layer 3 upwards they are solid. Curiously, it slices with layer 1 at 45 degrees, layer 2 at 135 degrees and layer 3 at 0 degrees! From layer 4 up it alternates between 45 & 135 with no more 0 degree layers.
By contrast it doesn't do layer 3 at 0 degrees on a solid object such as the cube I placed next to it, so what's going on?
Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 3
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The first two layers have sturctures with hole which makes the third layer have overhang sections which is considered as Bridge in software. You can disable bridging detection in ideaMaker and compare the difference. https://support.raise3d.com/ideaMaker/5 ... 5-501.html
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