Recommended Lithophane Print Settings
How the end result looks all depends on the plastic you use and the type of backlight.
Recommended Print Settings(Cura 3.5.1 was used):
Optional settings if possible on your 3D Printer/Slicer.
Cura / Ultimaker 2+, 3+ and S5 specific settings(may also be applicable to other printers)
You may need to adjust all of the above settings to match your printer/setup, but they are a good starting point.
|*1% might not seem like much, but it can really change the behaviour of your slicing engine(Cura, S3D etc). It’s really only useful when printing the lithophanes that have frames as part of the 3D model. The wall settings I recommend cover the lithophane itself and it’s rare that there’s any actual infill in those, it’s all just walls/shells. But the frames can be big and take up a lot of print time. Changing the infill to 99% can save you an hour over the length of a 17-18 hour print(not always, but quite often). This is in Cura mostly, although I’ve seen similar results on other prints with S3D.|