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Hi Dehmlowm –
The problem is not with the models it is with PrusaSlicer. For some reason it creates a partial internal ceiling for every row of blocks – where the line of mortar would be between the rows in a real wall.
Cura does not do this and produces much faster prints. Also, I recommend that you print with a brim, particularly the very narrow/tall pieces. As you can see from the attachment there is no extraneous infill or ceiling.
- This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by Nicholas Strugnell.
You could use something like A-Wall-Schist-Low-Battlement from Clorehaven Modular Battlements and A-Wall-Schist-ClipCap-Horizontal from Clip Caps to then blank the clip holes on the battlement.
Just to follow up on this, I decided to go with the Cura gcodes in the end as even dropping the horizontal shells in Prusaslicer it still generated loads of internal ceilings. The Cura gcodes are using about the half the amount of material (with a concomitant decrease in print time).
Hmm, answering my own thread I tried slicing in Cura and it produced much cleaner (and hopefully faster) output. Interesting, I wonder if there are some settings in PrusaSlicer that I am missing?