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  1. Awesome ! Thanks for the help @kmanstudios ! Panic over.
  2. OK so I also changed the material settings to see which ones show this error when selecting to print PVA support material. Material settings that show the problem: CPE, CPE+, NYLON, PC, TPU 95A Material settings that don't show the problem: ABS, PLA, PP
  3. Hi all, I was using the Cura beta 2.6.1 for a while. I printed in Nylon without support material and they were OK. Today, I tried to print in Nylon and PVA as support material - a strange extra structure appeared (see images attached). This happened with every model I loaded when I changed the setting to include PVA as the support material. I recently upgraded to Cura 2.6.2 and the problem still persists. Did anyone have a similar issue? Does anyone have a solution to this problem? Your help would be much appreciated. Thanks Himal
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    Test print v7

    Version 1.0

    661 downloads

    tried printing this large model without any support. few under-extrusions at the bottom curved face and stringing at the bottom long face which might have been better with the support material.
  5. Hi, I am about to print a large file which takes 4 days to print. I am about to "Print over network" and let it print over the weekend. I am just worried whether the printer would stop the job if the wifi connection gets lost half-way through. Is it something to be worried about? Thanks Himal
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    Test Print v3

    Version 1.0

    908 downloads

    1st print test without support material Printing Temperature 195 Build Plate Temperature 60 Print Speed 50 Travel Speed 240 10 hours - both models together
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