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Wrong speed setting in first layer on infill #1792
Using Slic3r 1.0.0RC2 (just tested also on 3, the issue is there too) on Windows XP SP3 32-bit. There appears to be the following issue:
generated by Slic3r 1.0.0RC3 on Wed Feb 19 11:59:20 2014
avoid_crossing_perimeters = 0
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That image also brings up another issue. Bridges, especially "internal bridges" (first solid layer over sparse fill) should use the spacing of the infill pattern to determine how much anchoring length it needs (if not actually use the infill pattern to always end the threads while touching plastic rather than over empty space) to make sure the ends are properly anchored. In the case of zero infill, this would mean that bridges always continue until they touch a perimeter, which is obviously necessary for them to work at all in that case.
yes. i think some extra structures could be used for anchoring - i.e. extra perimeter ,
@jameson69, I think this was made on purpose but I can't recall of any good reason. It could be also possible that someone complained for some reason and I turned it to use infill speed. But anyway, I'll change it and apply bridge speed as well since it's the least confusing choice.
@whosawhatsis, I agree on that.