Infill questions

Another newbie question: infill. Since there is no representation or explanation of what it looks like, one must reverse engineer it I guess. "Solid" actually seems to print a honeycomb with about 1mm cells? When you go to "medium" less material is forecast to be used, so I assume it is just larger cells? "Full" uses more, I will try that next, is it really solid (does not appear to be a small parts)? The honeycomb is oriented at 45 deg to the platform, is that invariant? So if one wanted the cells arranged 0-90 rather than 45-45 one would turn the model on the platform? Or does that just turn the cells as well?

I could run a bunch of test prints and discover the answers over time, but this must be common knowledge amongst the brain trust here!

http://support.zortrax.com/hc/en-us

More specifically http://support.zortrax.com/hc/en-us/articles/201809922-Z-Suite-Manual

Thanks! Much more information there than in the PDF I downloaded less than a week ago. 

I there a way to increase the vertical wall thickness as well as the top and bottom? I would like that....

More specifically http://support.zortrax.com/hc/en-us/articles/201809922-Z-Suite-Manual

Thanks! Much more information there than in the PDF I downloaded less than a week ago. 

I there a way to increase the vertical wall thickness as well as the top and bottom? I would like that....

top and bottom you can in Advanced Settings

top and bottom you can in Advanced Settings

Aware of that but would like to do the sides as well. It looks like in Shell you can tell it how thick, would be nice to be able to do that elsewhere.

Nice improvements to the documentation, Zortrax!