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  1. That makes a lot of sense. I learned something new today! Would you recommend using netfab regularly to clean up prints then?
  2. Tried the netfabb, worked like a charm. Thank you for the help sir! You are a rock star
  3. Gotcha! Appreciate the help. I was using a web pack from thingiverse. I've posted the link below. Let me know what I can/should do. Thanks for the help! http://www.mxs.de/textstl/
  4. Suggestions on how to proceed then? It's saying the same for all of these different .stl files? output-17.stl output-16.stl output-15.stl
  5. Apologies, here are the files in question. output-12.gcode output-12.stl
  6. Morning gents and ladies. Having a bit of an issue with Cura and slicing a cursive lower case 'j' from an .stl file. A bit new at using a 3D printer, but tried enough to get the gist of what I'm doing. I've tried different cursive fonts of the letter 'j' as well (all with different .stl files, just in case the file had an issue), but the result is always the same. Am I missing a setting somewhere that could cause this? The print size is on the order of about 9 cm, and thus far I've had no problems with any of the other letters with loops. Thanks for the help!
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