Hi! I'm dealing with quite a gnarly pattern - really it is just a plate which has been hollowed out and had webbing added. The webs have plenty of draft, but are quite thin and the "cores" between them end up being pretty small. To get past the obvious: yeah, redesigning it would be best. But this is no longer about the functional object for me, not for now. This is a challenge . The base issue I have been facing is the pattern dragging the sand pieces between the webs up with it. A primitive solution is to try and tap them out so they drop on the pattern and then use them as little cores of sorts, but really, this is very non-ideal. Moving from an FDM print to an SLA print helped, and sanding that SLA print down to 2000 grit has gotten me my first bit of success. However, I'm really wondering if there's anything one could add to the pattern to help "lube it up" a bit, and thereby aid in pulling it out. I'm very close - all I need now is just a little boost in separability from somewhere so I can push this over to the finish line.