I am printing a flat plate that has swiss-cheese like holes in the top layer ONLY, but the layer beneath the swiss-cheese one is uniformly flat.
Desired outcome: second-to-top layer prints clean back-and-forth plus ironing for holes.
Current outcome: second-to-top layer takes almost 10x longer (than the layer before it) to print because it cuts up the back-and-forth of the "Solid Infill" with "Top Solid Infill" circles.
Question: How do I make the second-to-top layer print like the third-to-top layer except with ironing?
Details: Right now my slicer is seeing the parts of the exposed holes on the second-to-top layer as "Top Solid Infill" (according to the verbose gcode) which makes sense because it is the top-most for that part below the circle hole.
I'm wondering if I can do something like merge Top Solid Infill with Solid Infill, or maybe disabling Top Solid Infill altogether would work, but I can't find settings for either possibility. Again my question: How do I make the second-to-top layer print like the third-to-top layer except with ironing?