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How come this one is looking good in Normal/Overhang/X-Ray but is not complete in the Layer Tab? It wouldn't be able to print the entire thing correctly as far as I can see.

I'm completely new to this and I haven't had much success looking for solutions by searching everywhere. It would seem I'm not smart enough to figure out the problem.

Thanks in advance for help / guidance!

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It's too thin. I had to go down to a 0.18mm nozzle to get it to all show up. You can do that if you want - tell Cura you want 0.18mm shell and it will slice and it will work but it will be a bit underextruded because the actual nozzle is 0.4mm (not .18mm). You can then tell it to use flow of 200% and you will get an okay print. But ideally you should fix the cad model so the walls are at least 0.8mm thick.

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