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  1. I see what your saying, but I already modified the original print to not need supports, I changed the bottoms of the overhangs to angles rather than overhangs, but cura will try and print the outer part first which is floating in mid air as shown in the gif instead of printing the inside first which would allow it be connected and not fall. And others have printed this file with no modifications and no supports, but I couldn't get any help yet on thingiverse. Thanks.
  2. I would like to preface this with the fact that I am brand new to 3D Printing and have only been doing it for about 2 weeks now, I have been using almost exclusively Cura 4.0 and have had mostly successes. My printer is a Tevo Nereus and I'm printing with TOTALPACK3D ABS Filament. I am trying to print a small dagger I found here. As you can see in the attached picture it prints well except areas that have overhang, especially the little "rings" or cylindrical parts. After several hours of messing with settings and several failed prints I decided the problem is within Cu
  3. Hey all ! New here and to 3d printing in general, thought i'd post up one of my first semi succesful prints. Mostly came out ok, had some warpage on the bed because I thought I could get away with a simple brim and not a raft, which seems to almost never work on my Tevo Nereus. Also had several layer shifts, not sure how to fix that yet. Still learning. All in all its still functional and working great !
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