Is there anything I can do to improve the bottom side of surfaces that are printed on support?
I always try to rotate the model so that surfaces that need to look nice are on the sides or top, and, if possible I divide the model into smaller parts to minimize the amount of support.
But sometimes there is an object that has an irregular shape that need support no matter how I rotate it and can't be broken down into smaller objects with no support.
And then, after removing the support I get a very ugly ridged face that takes forever to sand.
To clarify, I'm not asking about making supports easier to remove, I don't have a problem with this, I'm talking about making the surface that touched the support better looking after removing the support.
Is there anything I can do to improve the look of the face that is printed on supports?
I'm using Cura to do the slicing and printing, I'm using the "lines" support type, my printer is the Robo3D R1+