I am trying to print a wing for a rc plane with my 3D printer. In order to make the wing as light as possible I need to hollow it (put some stable structure there). I've tried the Blender Solidify modifier to do this but without success. The material on the sharp edge on the rear part of the wing gets thinner and thinner although the "Even Thickness" option is checked (see picture). When preparing this for printing, the slicer puts only one line of filament there instead of two. What I need is a brim on the inner side of the stl file with a constant spacing.
Can someone please help me? I would appreciate any suggestion or other programs which can handle this problem. I've already tried Meshmixer which also has problems with this sharp edge :-(
My Blender Solidify setup:
Even Thickness: checked
High Quality: checked
Fill Rim: checked
The stl file of the wing can be found here: https://files.fm/u/5futezwj
Thanks so much for your help!