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  1. Thanks for the replies. I did actually manage to get Cura 2.5 working with my printer (technically not supported but now that Delta printing is back in Cura, it just worked). And I got a good result with that by carefully choosing the number of top and bottom layers until there were none on the sloped sides. This allowed a print with nice clear sides and also no hole in the top. The top is a bit thin, it'd be better with an extra layer or two, but then there'd be the extra material appearing on the sides. Not sure if I understand the issue quite correctly but it seemed like a setting si
  2. Hi, Setup: Cura 15.0.04.6, Overlord Pro delta printer. Does anyone know if it's possible to control the slope angle at which a wall is considered a top or bottom? I'm printing, with 0% fill density: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:853358 And with 'Sold infill top/bottom' enabled in Expert settings, I'm seeing yellow infill in layer view, on some but not all of the sloped walls: This infill does indeed get printed, and spoils the look of the affected edges as I'm printing in translucent PLA. Printing with top/bottom infill disabled, prints a great looking model, but then a very small
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