HartmutHolzwart wrote:So 24/223 would be a good speed to get a small caterloopillar example?
Well specifically 96/982 for some technical reasons can't work. In practice the minimal step is 98 and minimal period is 912. This makes 98/912 the fastest recipe applying speed, but not the smallest caterloopillar.
It turns out the more sparsely *WSSs are placed, the smaller the design is. If you think of it - all the operations are done by "full path" of single head, so for lower speeds the same head is created more slowly but with less *WSSs, using same recipes.
To be more empirical, 98/912 - has 434K active cells, while 100/8700 - has only 63K. (I will commit all my Caterloopillars in single batch later on with all the relevant metadata).
But this only measured by active cells. The bounding box of slower speeds is obviously growing, I think the smallest bounding box is for c/17 or c/19 and is around 450X150K.
I've batch commit all the relevant caterloopillars - check this message