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  1. Nice detailed answer, thank you. I was going to attach my own roof from sheet styrene, so I'm not too worried about the fact it actually printed one for me (incredibly, it spanned that gap). Was just perplexed about the way it was presenting. I think I'll send this link to the original Thingiverse author so he can potentially correct it at the source. I use Layer View all the time when evaluating a print - it reveals so many issues before actually printing the items. Thanks again.
  2. Hi everyone, First time poster, but have been using Cura for about 8 months now. Seeing a weird result tonight where the Solid view of a model conflicts with the layered view of the model, and the actual physical print. I grabbed this print from Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2893747 I loaded the "walls.stl" in Cura (attached to this post). When I view the Solid View it shows the design as not having a roof (which also matches the original authors description of the design). The "ThingView" mode in Thingiverse also shows no roof. When I switch the view to Cura's Layer View, it generates a roof. The roof is substantial - enough that it creates 15-20 layers of infill !! The physical print also included a roof. Do you have any ideas about why the views would be so different? I've never seen that before in Cura. Cheers, Peter Walls.stl
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