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How do I apply BCC, FCC and Octet lattice infill to a part?

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benajw
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How do I apply BCC, FCC and Octet lattice infill to a part?

I've managed to create lattice infill but cannot work out how to change the specific lattice type to BCC, FCC and Octet as I need these three specific infills. Is this possible on this software and if it is does anyone have any pointers please.

Thank you in advance

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hfcandrew
in reply to: benajw

For infill meshmixer only has a couple, most useful ones being Lattice and Tile Tubes.

 

Go: Edit>Make Pattern

 

Read here: https://help.autodesk.com/view/MSHMXR/2019/ENU/?guid=GUID-DFDE32B6-40A7-4237-AE07-45334A464663

 

for your other infills you want those are often auto-generated in slicer software.

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MagWeb
in reply to: hfcandrew

Never tried that so far but it seems mmApi allows custom infill patterns...

From StoredCommands.h:

"pattern" : integer	
MeshEdges = 0, DualMeshEdges = 1, MeshEdges_DelaunayEdges = 2, DualMeshEdges_DualDelaunayEdges_Snapped = 3, TiledTubes2D = 4, TiledSpheres3D = 5, Lattice = 6,PoissonDistribution3D = 7, PoissonDistribution2D = 8, FaceGroupEdges = 9,CustomPattern = 20
(...)
*   [makePattern]
			"update"
			"addSegment"// only applicable to Custom pattern
			"clearSegments"// only applicable to Custom pattern

 



Gunter Weber
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