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A Solid Foundation For: Infill - Definitions
Sometimes, infill is visible through the surfaces of a print. Even when the plastic is opaque enough not to show the infill by translucence, the infill pattern can sometimes be seen in the form of a slight structure or texture that it imparts to the outside of a print. This can occur two separate ways: for the top and the sides of a print.
A Solid Foundation for: High-Quality Corners
There are two main opposing types of errors that can produce poor corners: ringing and corner swell. To achieve high-quality corners, certain parameters must be matched to the printer’s physical characteristics, and they must be balanced to avoid falling into either of these errors. Before reading this article, check out the explanations for Ringing and Corner Swell.
Daniel Halvorson - New Guest Blogger
If you are active on any number of Facebook 3D Printing groups, there's a good chance you've had a positive interaction with Daniel Halvorson. I'm active on a lot of those groups, and I've noticed how good Daniel's advice usually is. Not only does he offer good advice, but he is usually very respectful and polite.