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ripacheco

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  1. Many times when I start Cura 3.2.1 it has "forgotten" my printer I must choose a printer ... I am on Creality CR-10 #5 now... :( here is the log you requested... https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BZuPbqjEt50h7O1lLnaDMhrfNwmlBqAS/view?usp=sharing
  2. iMac Mac OS 10.12.6 (16G1212) 3.2.1 When I quit Cura it sometimes looses its printer. When I come back it asks to add a printer... I have had to re-add my CR-10 several times!
  3. Certainly... The STL is a simple cylinder with a very thin wall (0.4mm) the cylinder cannot be made a solid because it is going to have structure inside. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lgd7PwYpTcdprecXf9WZaJeVO2eejMgQ/view?usp=sharing
  4. Do you use the multiple nozzle definitions to handle thin wall issues? or to deal with actual different nozzles in the printer? or both.
  5. Changing the Line width to 0.25mm didn't help. Even using "thing walls" didn't help. Only way I have gotten this properly render g-code is by changing the nozzle width.
  6. The problem is not buying a new nozzle. is to get Cura to properly generate proper g-code given an STL with vertical walls exactly 0.4mm thick.
  7. Cura 3.2 Macintosh STL file generated by OnShape I am a beginner. So forgive me if this is a totally stupid question. I'm trying to design parts for 3D printing. I am starting with a simple cylinder with a wall thickness of exactly 0.4mm. When I attempt to generate g-code in Cura. It ignores most of the wall. I been trying increasing the thickness of the wall in CAD... if I set the wall thickness to 0.41mm (in CAD) Cura goes around the edge twice! Naturally there is something that is not correct. My designs require the walls to be as thin as possible I cannot make the cylinder a solid because eventually it will have structural elements inside. Using "Print thin walls doesn't seem to help" Lab01 - 0.40.stl
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